On the other hand, since grouping is implemented based on index ordering, the results of a grouping SFW will be ordered by the grouping expressions. Two rows are considered equal if both rows contain the same number of elements, and for equivalent positions in each row, the atomic values are identical. If the grouping expression returns an empty result on an input row, that row is skipped.
The coverage of this makes Cliff a media icon. More than anything, Cliff aspires to reunite with Wendy. Assuming that the number of elements in R1 and R2 are equal, then R1 is less than R2 if any of the following is true: No NULLs appear in either row and sorting is in ascending order. Unfortunately, his parents are slow to applaud his heroism, and want him to clean up his room. This is true even if there are no index predicates for the forced index.