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Tuesday, 26 June 2007

Tip: Working with generic SortedList in revers order

It was very interesting, but I could not find any information on how to work with lists like Generic SortedList<> in revers order. In the end all turned out very simple. You need to get a IList<> of keys and use for loop in descending order through that list. Below is a code snippet.

SortedList<int,DgvRowInfo> rowInfoList = null;
DgvRowInfo rowInfo;
// walk through the list in revers order
IList<int> keyList = rowInfoList.Keys;
for (int i = keyList.Count - 1; i >= 0; i--)
rowInfo = rowInfoList[keyList[i]];
dgvHandler.MoveRow(rowInfo.CurrentRowIndex, rowInfo.NewRowIndex);

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