Sounds simple, right, but for many usage of ordered analytic function here is new... we always think about MAX, TOP etc... so here is a quick reference:
SELECT ID FROM TABLE
QUALIFY RANK() OVER (ORDER BY ID DESC) <=10;
My assumption here is that ID field I use here is unique. If it is not unique, rank() cannot be used, row_number() needs to be used instead.
(thanks for pointing this out, carlosal!!)
Also, TOP can be used along with ORDER BY clause and achieve the result, but in my opinion & experience, ordered analytic function is much faster for this task than TOP
SELECT TOP 10 ID FROM TABLE
ORDER BY ID DESC;