SQL Running Total

I saw the running total example with the cursor and so on. Here is ONE simple single SQL statement(with a inline SELECT) which calculates the running total in Access OR MSSQL. No cursors required, only 6 lines of code, VERY fast and VERY simple. HERE GOES...

SELECT pro.ProductID, pro.ProductName, pro.UnitPrice,
   (SELECT SUM(pro1.UnitPrice)
       FROM Products pro1
       WHERE pro1.ProductID <= pro.ProductID) AS RuningTotal
   FROM Products pro
   ORDER BY pro.ProductID

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