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Sorting algorithms in VB

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Hello guys, I am looking for a resource where I can find the major sorting algorithms (quick, heap, merge, bubble, shaker) explained and coded in VB (must run with VB 5).
Please don't give me lengthy explanations here on E-E, but provide me with quality links.

rgds, Freter
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that's what i was looking for.
10x a lot.

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