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how sort a array of files and directories.. ?

 
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import java.util.*;
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File[] filesInDir = directory.listFiles();
Arrays.sort(filesInDir);


but not work... for me, i need all directories, first... and then the files or viceverza... no problem, here the results (not like me):


Dir Name:C:\Documents and Settings\Miguel Enriquez\Favorites\assembler
Nombre Favorito: Art of Assembly Language Programming and HLA by Randall Hyde

Dir Name:C:\Documents and Settings\Miguel Enriquez\Favorites\assembler
Nombre Favorito: Art of Assembly Language Programming and HLA by Randall Hyde2

Dir Name:C:\Documents and Settings\Miguel Enriquez\Favorites
Nombre Favorito: Batanga - Latin Music Internet Radio

Dir Name:C:\Documents and Settings\Miguel Enriquez\Favorites\Becas
Nombre Favorito: CONACYT- Convocatoria de Demanda Libre 2004 - DAFCyT

see Batanga.... because Batanga are first than Becas.... but i want list
sorted, first the directries, and then my files....

any advice?
 
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Answered in duplicate post.
 
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