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Reason as why should we read Graphical Query Execution plan from right to left?

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Reason as why should we read Graphical Query Execution plan from right to left?

What is the reason for the right to left order?


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This was working until a few days ago. I dont know if I change some config.

Exectuing:

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FROM sys.dm_exec_query_stats as EQS
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This was working until a few days ago. I dont know if I change some config.

Exectuing:

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