[Tutor] simple report writing?
Liam.Clarke-Hutchinson at business.govt.nz
Mon Nov 7 20:45:53 CET 2005
>I have a list (x_list) of class data.
So, a list of instances/classes then.
You'll have to pass a custom function.
#assuming that objA.x & objB.x are the items to sort by, and are
if objA < objB:
result = -1
elif objA = objB:
result = 0
elif objA > objB:
#Would normally just do as an else
#But being ultra explicit
result = 1
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I have a list (x_list) of class data. How do I sort that list by a selected
variable common to all members of the list?
x_list.sort(key=x_list.v_name) # doesn't work becuase x_list can't see the
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