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QuestionSpecialized List Sorting question PinmemberNuclearMan8521-Nov-12 7:12 
I have been thinking about this for a while and have not come up with any simple and beautiful ways to solve this problem. What I would like to have done is a nice way to sort Lists along side other Lists. Such as shown in the example:
 
I have a generic amount of Lists (let us just say 4) and they are independent of each other but are of same length.
listOne   = [09,06,04,03]
listTwo   = [20,50,40,30]
listThree = [15,45,85,65]
listFour   = [89,39,19,99]
 
Now I would like to organize listOne but also move the indices of listTwo and listThree:
listOne   = [03,04,06,09]
listTwo   = [30,40,50,20]
listThree = [65,85,45,15]
 
I then work with these lists as I see fit. Now I would like to organize listFour but move listOne, listTwo and listThree with it:
listFour   = [19,39,89,99]
listOne   = [06,04,03,09]
listTwo   = [50,40,30,20]
listThree = [45,85,65,15]
 
Is there already a development that does something like this? A way to organize any list and move the indexes of any number of extra lists with the organization of the first list. Right now I use the Dictionary type and have each indexed, then when one is organized, move the others with respect to the new Dictionary index. But that seems to be very sloppy.
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