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David Miller

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Posted on    December-07-2015 10:41 PM

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I have created a studentDB table in a SQLite database and storing the data of studentDB in an NSMutableArray.
I have created attributes in our studentDB main attributs are as follows: Student_Name, Registration_No, Date_of_Join.

Now, I want to sort this mutable array according to Student_Name in ascending order in a Table View.

So, how can I do this. any help would be appreciated.



Tarun Kumar

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Posted on    December-08-2015 11:04 PM

For sorting arrays use NSSortDescriptor's method sortUsingDescriptors:sortDescriptors to sort a mutable array.
for Ex:

NSSortDescriptor *descriptor = [[NSSortDescriptor alloc]

initWithKey:@"Date_Of_Join" ascending:YES];
NSArray *sortDescriptors = [NSArray arrayWithObject:descriptor];
[array sortUsingDescriptors:sortDescriptors];
[descriptor release];

We can sort using different methods:
- (NSArray *)sortedArrayUsingFunction:(NSInteger (*)(id, id, void *))comparator context:(void *)context
- (NSArray *)sortedArrayUsingSelector:(SEL)comparator
- (NSArray *)sortedArrayUsingComparator:(NSComparator)cmptr
- (NSArray *)sortedArrayWithOptions:(NSSortOptions)opts usingComparator:(NSComparator)cmptr


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