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I have 12 items in my MySql database. 4 products are 4.99, 4 products are 3.99 and 4 products are 2.99.

I realize I can query the database like this, and It will give me a list of products at that price:

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$results = mysql_query ($query, $connect);
while ($row = @ mysql_fetch_array($results))


However, what I want, is a button I can press to sort products by price.


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