A fairly simple question: I've read in multiple sources that Godel proved that if we accept the axiom of constructibility in ZFC, then we can create an explicit formula that wellorders the real numbers. I tried searching for a paper or some other source that explains what this formula is, but I came up emptyhanded. Can someone explain what this formula is, or perhaps point me to a resource that does?
The order is very easy. Under V=L, the settheoretic universe is built according the hierarhcy L_alpha, where L_0 is empty, L_{alpha+1} consists of all definable subsets of L_alpha, and L_lambda is the union of all earlier L_alpha when lambda is a limit ordinal. Since we can order the definitions used to go from L_alpha to L_{alpha+1}, we obtain a definable wellordering of the entire universe. Namely, x is less than y iff (1) x appears before y in the hiearchy or (2) they appear at the same stage, but x appears with an earlier definition than y. If one analyzes the complexity of the resulting definition for real numbers, it has complexity Delta^1_2 in the descriptive set theoretic hierarchy. 

