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4 Feb 2012CPOL
You can also derive the user-defined node class from IComparable then add to it the CompareTo method.

You can also derive the user-defined node class from IComparable then add to it the CompareTo method.

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GeneralReason for my vote of 5 agree! Pin
raananv12-Feb-12 8:58
raananv12-Feb-12 8:58 
GeneralReason for my vote of 5 IComparable is the way to go. Pin
James Hurburgh6-Feb-12 17:32
James Hurburgh6-Feb-12 17:32 

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