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MultiList: .NET Generic List with Multiple Sort Orders

, 1 Feb 2008 CPOL
The MultiList class extends the functionality of the generic list. The MultiList class manages multiple sort orders on lists. It is best suited to object lists where searching is required on more than one criteria.
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