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sina milka
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Joined: Jan 30, 2004
Posts: 7
hi one and all,
I HAVE A TEXT FILE LIKE THIS
student id marks
001 154
002 144
003 132
004 175
005 163
: :
: : LIKE THAT.
now i have to sort the entire data according to the marks in increase order.should it be wriiten in a normaal coding usinf if else or is there any specific methods for such operations like sort().i read thru the sort, set and collections but i could not make out how to implement them with my problem.respond ASAP please.thanx in advace.
bye
Dirk Schreckmann
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Joined: Dec 10, 2001
Posts: 7023
Round these parts, posting the same question in multiple forums is bad practice. It can make it rather difficult to follow a conversation, plus folks spend time saying things that were just said.
Let's continue this in the Intermediate forum...


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