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Flexgrid Compare Event

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Does anyone have an example of how to use the "Compare" event of a flexgrid to sort rows. I want to eventually be able to sort by date. Any ideas?
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Dim S1 as string, s2 as string
G1.Col=1
G1.Row = row1
S1=G1.Text
G1.Row=row2
S2=G1.Text

IF DateValue(S1)>DateValue(S2) then  cmp=-1
IF DateValue(S1)=DateValue(S2) then  cmp=0
IF DateValue(S1)<DateValue(S2) then  cmp=1



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