in ascending order

in ascending/descending order
data or information that is arranged in ascending order is arranged so that the smallest or least important numbers, facts, etc. are shown first; data or information that is arranged in descending order is arranged so that the largest or most important numbers, facts, etc. are shown first: »

Click once and the list is sorted in ascending order; click again and it's sorted in descending order.

Main Entry: order

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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