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Hi All,

I have a list of objects in random order.

The object details are as follows :

String ID
String totalAmount

How can I order by totalamount so that the object with greatest total amount appears at the beginning of the list and so on.

Thanks
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Question by:ip_packet
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by:ysnky
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use following code

Collections.sort(yourList, new Comparator<MyObject>() {

    public int compare(MyObject o1, MyObject o2){
             if(o1.totalAmount == o2.totalAmount){
                   return 0;
              }else if(o1.totalAmount > o2.totalAmount){
                   return 1;
             }else if (o1.totalAmount < o2.totalAmount){
                   return -1;
              }
    }
});
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by:ip_packet
ID: 20280395

Thanks, ;-)

One thing, I neded to add a return statement to the compare method
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by:mnrz
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>>One thing, I neded to add a return statement to the compare method

is this question? I don't know what you meant by that
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