I was in SQL Developer today and discovered something by accident. I double clicked on a table name in the "Connections" tab and went to the "Data" tab to view rows of data. In the "Filter:" field I entered a WHERE clause but accidentally also included an ORDER BY clause, too. The rows of data displayed in the order I requested. This got me to thinking. The "Sort" button provides a basic column by column sorting order, but if you need more complicated sorting logic you could just type it into the "Filter:" field.
This is useful if you want to edit a set of rows in a particular order. For example in our friend the EMP table, we could list all the rows where their salary is greater than 2000 listing the president first, analysts second, and all others third: