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Sort for each loop by Time

Posted on 2014-01-31
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Hi guys ... i have a foreach loop that works but what i want to do is order it by time

so at the moment the output looks like this:


26 Maccabi Sha&#;arayim 3900 - 0 Maccabi Ironi Amishav Petah Tikva
70 Hapoel Migdal HaEmek 0 - 0 FC Ahva Arraba
HT Mes Kerman 0 - 1 Esteghlal Tehran Boom!
66 Rah Ahan 0 - 0 Saba Qom
1 Al-Baten 0 - 0 Uhud

But i want it order like this

1 Al-Baten 0 - 0 Uhud
26 Maccabi Sha&#;arayim 3900 - 0 Maccabi Ironi Amishav Petah Tikva
HT Mes Kerman 0 - 1 Esteghlal Tehran Boom!
66 Rah Ahan 0 - 0 Saba Qom
70 Hapoel Migdal HaEmek 0 - 0 FC Ahva Arraba

For Each div As Object In htmlDoc.DocumentNode.SelectNodes(".//div[@class='matches']")

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i have broke down the code above just to show the while loop.... it would need to be orderd by
Div.selectSingleNode(".//td[@class='time']").InnerText.Trim().Substring(0, 2)

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getting the first two digits being the minutes or HT


any ideas how I can do this as I have searched google and found nothing... also the the HT being between 45 and 46 this makes it a little trickey
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One option would be to create a dictionary with minutes as the key and rest of the string as the value. You can then sort keys.
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by:runnerjp2005
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Thats a great idea.... how would i order it 1- 45 then ht then 46 - 90???
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You can use two dictionaries. If time value falls between 1-45 then add to dictionary1 and add to dictionary2 otherwise. Or you can use 1 dictionary but check the value when retrieving it.
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