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If you 1Lakh records of employee in a table, then how will you get the 4th highest salary from the table?

Posted By :Suderson Sarathy     Posted Date :November 22, 2010    Points :10   Category :Sql Server 
SELECT TOP 1 * FROM [EmpTable] WHERE [salary] NOT IN (SELECT DISTINCT TOP 3 salary FROM [temp1] ORDER BY [salary] DESC) ORDER BY salary DESC

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