Good, let's get down to work.
You're already pretty skilled when it comes to filtering rows - but have you wondered how they are sorted in the result of an SQL query? Well, the answer is simple - by default, they are not sorted at all. The sequence in which rows appear is arbitrary and every database can behave differently. You can even perform the same SQL instruction a few times and get a different order each time - unless you ask the database to sort the rows, of course.
ORDER BY customer_id;
In the above example, we've added a new piece:
ORDER BY. After this expression, you can simply specify a column on which the data will be sorted.
In this case, we give the column name
customer_id, so all orders will be sorted in relation to customer_ids.