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Finally got to a point where I need to use my own interface but got a bit stuck here.

I have a simple interface
public interface IStockItem : IComparable
{
    string StockCode { get; set; }
}

and two structs that implement it fully: SparePart and ServiceTool
and collections of the two structs SparePartCollection<SparePart> and ServiceToolCollection<ServiceTool>

Now I need to get all the SparePart and ServiceTool objects together and sort them by the StockCode property.

What's the best way to collate the object collections to one collection based on the interface, and how do I implement CompareTo on that collection?

Dave
BTW, in software, hope and pray is not a viable strategy. (Luc Pattyn)

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