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Generic Multi-Field/Property Sorting for Lists of Business Objects

, 13 Feb 2008
This article presents a simple and flexible way to sort strongly-typed lists of business objects using multiple properties or fields.
multisortsourceanddemo.zip
MultiSortLib
bin
Debug
MultiSortLib.dll
Release
MultiSortLib.instr.pdb
Properties
HyperPropertyDescriptor
HyperPropertyDescriptor
bin
Release
HyperPropertyDescriptor.csproj.user
Properties
HyperPropertyDescriptorSample
bin
Release
HyperPropertyDescriptor.dll
HyperPropertyDescriptor.pdb
HyperPropertyDescriptorSample.exe
HyperPropertyDescriptorSample.pdb
HyperPropertyDescriptorSample.csproj.user
Properties
MultiSortDemo
bin
Debug
MultiSortDemo.exe
MultiSortDemo.vshost.exe
MultiSortLib.dll
Release
MultiSortDemo.instr.pdb
MultiSortDemo.vshost.exe
MultiSortLib.instr.pdb
Properties
DataSources
WorkItem.datasource
WorkItemPropertyName.datasource
Settings.settings

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owen654321
Software Developer (Senior) Troppus Software
United States United States
Currently working as a Senior Silverlight Developer with Troppus Software in Superior, CO. I enjoy statistics, programming, new technology, playing the cello, and reading codeproject articles. Smile | :)

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