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    VB.NET Compact Framework List View Problem

    Hey all

    Even though I hate VB even more than things such as fortran, cobol, and java, I still have to use it for this mobile computing assignment that needs doing ;/

    I have most of it done, but I've run into a problem with the sorting of List View columns. I know that in 'normal' VB.net/VB6 there are sort/sorting functions that would let me sort the columns, but in the compact version (for Pocket PC) theres no such thing. (that I can find anyway)

    Anyone got any ideas how to sort a list? The List has 7 columns, and I need to sort by one column which contains numerical values. If you need more info let me know, and thx in advance for any ideas

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    sorted the problem out

    Cheated a bit [terrible programming practice this way but heh it works], basically sort the data before adding it to the list, This involves reading a file in 4 separate times,but it works well enough for the scope of this assignment

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