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How to arrange a group of integer variables in ascending order

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I have three integer values,
intFlop1
intFlop2
intFlop3

These need to be arranged in ascending order by value.

intFlop1 = 9;
intFlop2 = 13;
intFlop3 = 11;

It is sufficient to determine the max and min values. The middle value can be deduced.

I could do this by using nested if statements. Is there a more efficient way?

Thanks,
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Question by:Dovberman
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by:Aruiz04
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with the help of Linq
using system.Linq;
int intFlop1 = 9; int intFlop2 = 13; int intFlop3 = 11;
        int[] intArr = { intFlop1, intFlop2, intFlop3 };
        IEnumerable<int> intOrdered = from o in intArr orderby o select o;

        foreach (int i in intOrdered)
        {
           Response.Write(i.ToString() + "<BR>");
        }

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Rose Babu earned 400 total points
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Hi,

you may use the array to hold the int values and array.sort method to sort the data.
	int intFlop1 = 12;
	int intFlop2 = 10;
	int intFlop3 = 9;

	int[] arrayIntFlop = { intFlop1, intFlop2, intFlop3 };

	Array.Sort(arrayIntFlop);

	int[] arraySorted = arrayIntFlop;

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Try this. It will work for you.
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Thank you.
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