The following table shows the internal values of the characters b, B, c, C, ç, Ç, d and D, and their corresponding values in CollEqvClass, CollOrderCS, and CollOrderUC.
In this table, the values assigned to the equivalence class of b, c, and d are 0x62, 0x63, and 0x64, respectively. This assures that b sorts before c, and c before d. The case-specific (CollOrderCS) value for c is 0x00, and the case-specific value for C is 0x01. This assures that, using the second-level comparison, c sorts before C.
For details on ordering characters within classes as performed by the Teradata Standard Multinational collation, see “ORDER BY Clause” in “The SELECT Statement” in Teradata Vantage™ - SQL Data Manipulation Language, B035-1146.
|Teradata Internal Value||CollEqv Class||CollOrder Casespecific||CollOrder Uppercase|