I need to generate classes (for example, "employee") and collection classes (Employees collection of the employee class) in VB.NET as I could do in VB6. I should be able to use "for each" on the collection classes (for each employee in employees)
I could do this by using the sorted list collection, but the data is always sorted by the key (in this case I used employee ID.) I tried using the hashtable but it didn't work. Could you please let me know how to sort the data in the sorted list in a different manner? Or perhaps you know how to implement the same using a hashtable?
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Take a look at the array list. It has a sort method allowing you to implement your own sort comparer so you can sort the list items in any order you would like. That should solve your problem right there.