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Sorting Arrays [C#]

This example shows how to sort arrays in C#. Array can be sorted using static method Array.Sort which internally use Quicksort algorithm.

Sorting array of primitive types

To sort array of primitive types such as int, double or string use method Array.Sort(Array) with the array as a paramater. The primitive types implements interface IComparable, which is internally used by the Sort method (it calls IComparable.Com­pareTo method). See example how to sort int array:

[C#]

// sort int array
int[] intArray = new int[5] { 8, 10, 2, 6, 3 };
Array.Sort(intArray);
// write array
foreach (int i in intArray) Console.Write(i + " ");  // output: 2 3 6 8 10

or how to sort string array:

[C#]

// sort string array
string[] stringArray = new string[5] { "X", "B", "Z", "Y", "A" };
Array.Sort(stringArray);
// write array
foreach (string str in stringArray) Console.Write(str + " "); // output: A B X Y Z

Sorting array of custom type using delegate

To sort your own types or to sort by more sophisticated rules, you can use delegate to anonymous method. The generic delegate Comparison<T> is declared as public delegate int Comparison<T> (T x, T y). It points to a method that compares two objects of the same type. It should return less then 0 when X < Y, zero when X = Y and greater then 0 when X > Y. The method (to which the delegate points) can be also an anonymous method (written inline).

Following example demonstrates how to sort an array of custom type using the delegate to anonynous comparison method. The custom type in this case is a class User with properties Name and Age.

[C#]

// array of custom type
User[] users = new User[3] { new User("Betty", 23),  // name, age
                             new User("Susan", 20),
                             new User("Lisa", 25) };

[C#]

// sort array by name
Array.Sort(users, delegate(User user1, User user2) {
                    return user1.Name.CompareTo(user2.Name);
                  });
// write array (output: Betty23 Lisa25 Susan20)
foreach (User user in users) Console.Write(user.Name + user.Age + " ");

[C#]

// sort array by age
Array.Sort(users, delegate(User user1, User user2) {
                    return user1.Age.CompareTo(user2.Age); // (user1.Age - user2.Age)
                  });
// write array (output: Susan20 Betty23 Lisa25)
foreach (User user in users) Console.Write(user.Name + user.Age + " ");

Sorting array using IComparable

If you implement IComparable interface in your custom type, you can sort array easily like in the case of primitive types. The Sort method calls internally IComparable.Com­pareTo method.

[C#]

// custom type
public class User : IComparable
{
  // ...

  // implement IComparable interface
  public int CompareTo(object obj)
  {
    if (obj is User) {
      return this.Name.CompareTo((obj as User).Name);  // compare user names
    }
    throw new ArgumentException("Object is not a User");
  }
}

Use it as you sorted the primitive types in the previous examples.

[C#]

// sort using IComparable implemented by User class
Array.Sort(users);  // sort array of User objects

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