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 DataGridView doesn't appear on screen RickSharp21-Nov-12 12:44 RickSharp 21-Nov-12 12:44
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 Re: DataGridView doesn't appear on screen RickSharp21-Nov-12 13:27 RickSharp 21-Nov-12 13:27
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 Specialized List Sorting question NuclearMan8521-Nov-12 7:12 NuclearMan85 21-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.
 Re: Specialized List Sorting question Richard Deeming21-Nov-12 8:03 Richard Deeming 21-Nov-12 8:03
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 Re: Specialized List Sorting question Richard Deeming21-Nov-12 8:32 Richard Deeming 21-Nov-12 8:32
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