Monthly Archives: June 2006

Advanced IComparer // Sorting on Multiple Values

I’ve been writing IComparer’s for a while, and could never figure out a "clean" way to write one which handled mutliple values to compare against. One time I tried stringing together the multi values, but that was deficient fairly quickly, … Continue reading

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Custom Objects and Tiered Development II // 2.0

I’ve taken the 1.1 example (Custom Objects and Tiered Development below), and translated it into a 2.0 example, to take advantage of generics.   First, thanks to Ludwig Stuyck ( http://www.coders-lab.be ) for his well laid out Article on Generics. Most of … Continue reading

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