How to quick sort a 2 dimensional array in vba

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Hi, does anyone have a quick sort implementation that works on a 2 dimensional array where the sort column can be specified by the user?  Thanks!
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Haven't tried it myself...see:
http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=462586
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Idle_Mind, FYI, there is a previous discussion on this topic here that you may want to participate in:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_24713182.html

It is from same asker on same subject.
Mike TomlinsonHigh School Computer Science, Computer Applications, Digital Design, and Mathematics Teacher
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Thanx for the heads up...  =)
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Hi, please don't remove this - this was my first question on sorting a 2D array and is different than the other question I posted in that the goal of this was to be able to sort on multiple keys.  I didn't get any response to this question and so I posted the second question of sorting on just one key which is easier to implement.  If anyone has and idea on how to sort on multiple keys, that is the ideal solution I am looking for.  Thanks!

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Hi, please don't remove this - this was my first question on sorting a 2D array and is different than the other question I posted in that the goal of this was to be able to sort on multiple keys.  I didn't get any response to this question and so I posted the second question of sorting on just one key which is easier to implement.  If anyone has and idea on how to sort on multiple keys, that is the ideal solution I am looking for.  Thanks!

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Sorry - I thought the proposal was to close the other, "harder" question.

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