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Students – beginner. Intermediate –. in the UKQ: C# Multiple sort by only one condition In my program, I have a collection of objects. I wish to sort it by the value of one property of each object in descending order. I cannot create a class for my object, but can use an abstract class, or implement IComparable. Is there any way to do this without explicitly creating a class? A: You can write a generic extension method like this: public static class SortingExtensions { public static List SortBy(this List source, Func selector) { var list = new List(); list.AddRange(source.Where(x => selector(x) > 0).ToList()); list.AddRange(source.Where(x => selector(x) item.OrderId); as list.SortBy(item => item.OrderId); A: The code below should work in the sort order you requested: List foos = new List() { new Foo { OrderId = 10, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 20, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 20, FooValue = 200 }, new Foo { OrderId = 30, FooValue = 200 }, new Foo { OrderId = 30, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 40, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 40, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 40, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 50, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 50, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 50, FooValue = 100 }, new Foo { OrderId = 60, FooValue = 100 } }; foos.Sort((f1, f2) => f2.OrderId - f1.OrderId); 1. Field of the Invention The present invention

 

 

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