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Sorting with Up and Down icons

, 19 Apr 2010
1. First we need to create two variables in ViewState to store current direction and expression:public string CurrentSortExpression { get { if (ViewState["sortExpression"] != null) { return...

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Pavel Yermalovich
Software Developer (Senior)
Belarus Belarus
Software developer with over 3 years of extensive experience in analysis, design and development. Recently, most interested in refactoring and design patterns applied to .NET Framework.
 
Core technologies I am using: OOP, OOD, DDD, TDD, N-tier applications, enterprise development.
 
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Brainbench: .NET Framework 3.5 Fundamentals, Data Modeling Concepts, Web Design Concepts, C#
 
Microsoft: Exam 70-526: TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - Windows-Based Client Development
 
INTUIT.RU: Development of Web-application ASP. NET Using Visual Studio. NET, Web applications in ASP.NET, Microsoft .NET Framework Distributed Applications Development.
 
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NET Framework : 2.0, 3.5, 4.0
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