Quick Method Of Sorting On Multiple Properties

by Jon Davis 24. June 2008 07:37

I’ve started replacing my custom List<T> sorts of

 

ret.Sort(new Comparison(delegate(MyClass o1, MyClass o2) { return o1.City.CompareTo(o2.City); } ) );

 

.., which doesn't seem to support multiple property sorts when I run Sort() multiple times (and I don're care to glean from the many multi-property sort samples on the web that have tens of lines of method execution), with ..

ret = new List<MyClass>(from r in ret orderby r.State, r.City select r);

Works like a charm. I'm slowly learning to dig LINQ-to-Objects ;)

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Jon Davis (aka "stimpy77") has been a programmer, developer, and consultant for web and Windows software solutions professionally since 1997, with experience ranging from OS and hardware support to DHTML programming to IIS/ASP web apps to Java network programming to Visual Basic applications to C# desktop apps.
 
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