Yesterday I had to find a way to get the second row in a SQL query (but the same can be applied to a table). But it should be clean and should work with the third row, fourth, and so on.
We start by having this table:
And this starting data:
And this is the SQL query that would give us the 2nd row of that table ([34, 1] with our sample data):
TOP 1 NumberOfPosts, UserId
-- Here change the "2" for the desired Nth position
TOP 2 NumberOfPosts, UserId
) AS NPOSTS