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yii apply sort to CActiveDataProvider
Would you try : $model = Yii::app()->user->getState('exportModel'); $dataProvider = $model->weeklystatus(array(),false); if(Yii::app()->user->hasState(ucfirst($this->id) .'_sort')) { Yii::log(Yii::app()->user->getState(ucfirst($this->id) .'_sort')); $explode = explode(Yii::app()->user->getState(ucfirst($this->id) .'_sort'), ".");

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Cannot sort custom linked list
Collections.sort() API is available for parameter List type and not ListInterface and hence its not compiling. See here for details.

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Sorting 3-Bytes Unsigned Numbers Efficiently
I would expect 24 bit numbers to be stored in doubleword locations. My advice would be to compare the top 8 bits and if they are equal compare the bottom 16 bits. Asking about efficiency is rather useless if you don't provide more information and code sample.

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Block Sort Algorithm
Usually merge sort goes even further and splits the array in blocks of 2. To merge, it creates a pointer to the begging of both blocks and compares their values. It picks the smaller and increments the corresponding pointer. 1 4 5 ... ^ 2 3 4 ... ^ Pick 1, because its smaller, and update pointer 1 4 5 ... ^ 2 3 4 ... ^ Pick 2 1 4 5 ... ^ 2 3 4 ... ^ Pick 3 and so on.... These value

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Solr: boosting by date not returning in right order, is something wrong with my boost?
Sounds like you just want to order the search based on date, and not use a boost - a boost is meant to trend newer documents higher, not have them in a descending / ascending order. The example given for boosts will apply a varying boost for documents newer than one year (iirc), while older documents will not receive any boost at all from that clause. Remember that the other search terms will app

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VIM file explorer plugin that allows sorting by type
I guess that would require an enhancement to either plugin, and I would suggest you contact the authors with such request or patch. At least for NERDTree, you can sort of emulate that with the following (created) config. Note that this just considers the first character of the file extension for sorting. let g:NERDTreeSortOrder = map(range(0, 25), '"\." . nr2char(char2nr("a") + v:val) . "[^.]*$"

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d3: Performing .Sort by classes
The return value of the .sort() function should be as follows (from the documentation): It should return either a negative, positive, or zero value. If negative, then a should be before b; if positive, then a should be after b; otherwise, a and b are considered equal and the order is arbitrary. So in your case, it should be something like this: function(a, b) { if(a.memberOfClass() &&

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Cassandra Physical Column Sort
I think this explanation of how compaction merges data sorted by partition key within each SSTable and then consolidates SSTables into a single file is what you want to know: http://www.datastax.com/documentation/cassandra/2.1/cassandra/dml/dml_write_path_c.html?scroll=concept_ds_wt3_32w_zj__dml-compaction

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Interpolation Search/Sort
Interpolation search is a fancier version of binary search. Binary search works by finding a median index from which to recursively look for a target element. If you were looking through a dictionary using normal binary search you would open up the dictionary at the "m" words and compare the word you are looking for and either search in the words that come before or after. Interpolation sort giv

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awk sorting according one colum but must be printed all of them
I think for this you should use the sort unix tool. For example if one want to sort by the second column as a number, this could be used: sort -k2n inputfile Input file: aaa 123 xxx bbbxxx 1 yyy xxxccc 0 zzz ddd 15 xx Output: xxxccc 0 zzz bbbxxx 1 yyy xxxccc 1 aaa ddd 15 xx aaa 123 xxx Or You can use string comparison: sort -k2 inputfile Output: xxxccc 0 aaa xxxccc 0 zzz bbbxxx 1 yyy

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Why does 'sort' seem to sort a field incorrectly based on the presence or absence of a different field?
I found out what I was doing wrong. Detailed explanation provided here: http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=19021 In short, I should have used '-k 1,1n' to specify that sorting should start and end at field 1. Because I didn't specify an ending field and my locale silently ignores commas in numbers it wasn't comparing the numbers I thought it was comparing.

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utf8 Nepali numbers sorting error on jQuery dataTables
You must create a custom sort plugin to do that. This is quite easy, since the nepali characters can be mapped to latin 1:1 right away. As you point out, १ is 1, ११ is 11 and so on. So simply "translate" the nepali characters one by one, before the numbers is compared. jQuery.extend( jQuery.fn.dataTableExt.oSort, { "nepali-sort-pre" : function(a) { function nepaliToLatin(nepali

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Moving Row inside a Table View with tap - Swift
To swap a cell's position animated, you'll need to update your data source and the tableView's representation at the same time. You can do that like this: table.beginUpdates() table.moveRowAtIndexPath(indexPath, toIndexPath: NSIndexPath(forRow: 0, inSection: 0)) array.insert(array.removeAtIndex(indexPath.row), atIndex: 0) table.endUpdates()

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return documents with more terms in ElasticSearch
You can't sort by the number of terms in a document, so as you suggested, you'd need some sort of script to compute that and attach it to each document as a field. Sorting on nesting fields is not a problem though. Just refer to sort fields using dot notation - e.g. outer_object.inner_object.number_of_terms

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Semantic Mediawiki: Sort values by date
I don't know how many properties you have like Einspiel_{{{1}}} but you have to create the related pages (ie Template:Einspiel_One, Template:Einspiel_Two, Template:Einspiel_Three etc). And in each of them you have to specify the datatype of that property by adding the type of the property with. If you don't, Mediawiki doesn't know that this property is a date, and it won't sort it accordingly. E

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Sort list based on string following second delimiter
You are sorting before extracting tokens. The built-in sort does not provide a way to sort based on a delimiter, so you will have to rearrange the input before sorting. Try something like this: del temp.txt output.txt FOR /f "tokens=1-2 delims=/" %%G IN (Input.txt) DO ( ECHO /%%H/%%G >>temp.txt ) sort <temp.txt >temp2.txt FOR /f "tokens=1-2 delims=/" %%G IN (temp2.txt) DO (

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How do I sort Swift objects by multiple criteria
I presume that by list you mean array, so I am basing my answer on that assumption. You can use the sort method of the array struct, which takes a closure having this signature: (lhs: T, rhs: T) -> Bool returning true if lhs is less than rhs, false otherwise. I came up with this implementation: var x: [DateRange] // ... initialize the array x.sort { (lhs: DateRange, rhs: DateRange) ->

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RSUM - Issue with sorting of cloumns
You probably need to order by category first (either ascending or descending – probably doesn't really matter), then by Revenue (descending). Otherwise each of your categories are distributed throughout your dataset.

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What are the number of swaps required in selection sort for each case?
Each iteration of selection sort consists of scanning across the array, finding the minimum element that hasn't already been placed yet, then swapping it to the appropriate position. In a naive implementation of selection sort, this means that there will always be n - 1 swaps made regardless of distribution of elements in the input array. If you want to minimize the number of swaps, though, you c

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In Ember.js, how can I change the sort order of a filtered model in an ArrayController?
Ok, I'm not sure if this is the best way to do this, but here is how I solved this. First, I modified your filteredThings property to only filter the items and not try to sort. Then, I created a computed property to sort the results of that filter based on the status. Then, I created an observable property to listen to changes in the status and set the sortProperty there. See updated JSbin. Agai

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How to draw a diagram for running trace of quicksort in Prolog
Drawing proof trees is a fashinating theme, not entirely solved. Proof trees contains information essential while debugging, but inferring the shape from the trace is not easy, since each step is marked by an activation number. And we have limited attention, disturbed by the sheer amount of information that a proof tree exposes. But the shape can be recovered: for instance, a DCG that parses tra

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understand the running trace of quicksort in prolog
We'll use this for reference: [1] split(X,[],[],[]). [2] split(X,[Y|Tail],[Y|Small],Big):- gt(X,Y), split(X,Tail,Small, Big). [3] split(X,[Y|Tail],Small,[Y|Big]):- split(X,Tail,Small,Big). And we'll follow your trace fragment. Redo: (11) split(3, [5], _G3785, _G3782) ? creep This redo is due to the failure of clause [2] in the original query (not shown, prior in the

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How to use CANJS sort() function
If you are running this in a browser console you have to make sure can is loaded. You can check by typing can in the console, it should return an object of functions, etc. Then if it is there, you should make sure that List was included in your version of Can, if you built it by hand.

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Kendo Grid - Add New Item after sorting issues
You can clear the sorting or filtering from the Kendo grid while clicking on the custom Add button. I have added the Razor code Code to add a custom Add button to catch the Javascript .ToolBar(toolbar =>{ toolbar.Custom().Name("cmdAddRecord") .Text("Add New Record") .HtmlAttributes(new { @id = "cmdAddRecord" }); }) Javascript to cle

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How to set first click sort to descending in google charts table
Unfortunately there is not an easy way to reverse this behaviour. Still, here is a workaround using the sort event: var sorting={}; function drawTable() { // ...code var table = new google.visualization.Table(document.getElementById('table_div')); google.visualization.events.addListener(table, 'sort', function(e){ if(!sorting.hasOwnProperty('column')){ sorting=e;

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Sorting by one of two fields
Sort by the following expression: concat( substring(OffCampusLocation, 1, string-length(OffCampusLocation) * (OffCampus='Y')), substring(OrganisationName, 1, string-length(OrganisationName) * (OffCampus='N')) )

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hadoop partitioner not working
Partitioner is an abstract class in the new mapreduce API (that you're apparently using). So you should define it as: public class Partitioner_2 extends Partitioner<Text, Text> {

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Properly sorting lists of objects by attribute, with a twist
While sorting words containing both upper and lower cases, it is helpful to convert them all to the same case. >>> sbjs = [('fio', 'fio'), ('MA', 'MATHEMATIK'), ('ÜR', 'ÜBUNGSRATHAUS'), ('BW', 'BETRIEBSWIRTSCHAFT'), ('WI', 'WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK'), ('WW', 'WIRTSCHAFTSLEHRE')] >>> subjects = [Subject(x, y) for x, y in sbjs] >>

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Recursive Merge Sort Java
Since your starting and ending indexes are inclusive, this means the while conditionals in the merge function should use <=. Also, when you do the arraycopy at the end, make sure the starting index of array is leftFirst, not 0.

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Sort results by order (ascending-descending)
You can use the user-written axis() egen function. This is part of the egenmore package, which you can download by typing in Stata ssc install egenmore. After that you can use it as in the example below: sysuse nlsw88, clear egen meanwage = mean(wage), by(occupation) egen Occupation = axis(meanwage occupation), label(occupation) tabstat wage, by(Occupation) s(mean)

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SortedSet or any Collection and then Collections.sort()?
Theoretically both methods have the same complexity : Inserting n elements and then sort the list n * O(1) + O(n log(n)) = O(n log(n)) Inserting n elements in a sortedList n * O(log(n)) = O(n log(n))

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Pageable sorting not working for Spring Data JPA when using named queries
Can you post the actual HQL from your named query Transaction.findParentTransactionsByStatus? The reason I am asking is, I encountered this same issue and it was because I had an extra end parenthesis ")" in my HQL. For some reason, it was being accepted as a valid HQL, but when passing the sort via Pageable, it was not including the sort column. My solution was to remove that extra parenthesis

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Sorting an array in a component
Yes it is possible to instantiate an array controller as a computed property in order to take advantage of the sortable mixin functionality. js .... App.ShowResultsComponent = Ember.Component.extend({ // not sure how to set up array controller sorted : function(){ return Ember.ArrayController.create({ content : this.get('results.res') }); }.property(), actions: { sortAg

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Merge sort recursion call stack
Well, both arrays left and right are sorted if they will be merged. Then the algorithm compares the first and therefore the smallest left-value with the smallest right-value. The smaller value of both is the next value for the resulting array. After this part the resulting array is also sorted and will be returned back to the recursion depth/step/iteration n -1... Maybe this animated working sor

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Search parameters with sort on DeviceObservationReport
firstly, the path for the parameter is the path within the resource, and chaining links between the defined names. So your query would look like this: ../data/DeviceObservationReport?observation.name=TESTCODE&observation.date=>2014-10-10%2014:00 e.g. the search parameters are aliases within the resource. However the problem with this search is that the parameters are anded at the root, not t

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Elasticsearch facet sort order
Can't say about any arbitrary order, but if you have something in your document to order to be relied upon, you can sort documents in query/filter/aggregation before picking up facets. By the way, don't use facets at all - aggregations are faster (by ten times in my case) and more powerful along with almost same syntax. The catch is, ordering can change search results if there are more than "top r

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How to implement multiple sort on JSF dataTable based on map value
I found a solution myself. For this specific case, in which the list value of the p:dataTable is stored in a map structure, I needed to distinguish the sort for each table (private HashMap<Object, ArrayList<SortMeta>> objectSortMapping; declared in my backing bean). The solution came to be defining a List<MetaSort> for each list (in map) in the backing bean - with reference to

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List sorting in groovy
in case these are strings, you can use a list to define the importance and then use the index in this list with the ufo-operator final order = ['active','suspended','deleted'] def l = [ [status: 'deleted'], [status: 'active'], [status: 'suspended'], [status: 'active'], [status: 'suspended'], ] println l.sort{ a,b -> order.indexOf(a.status) <=> or

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Any way to use strings as the scores in a Redis sorted set (zset)?
You're trying to use an order preserving hash function to generate a score for each id. While it appears you've written one, you've already found out that the score's range allows you to use only the first 9 characters (it would be interesting to see your function btw). Instead of this approach, here's a simpler one that would be easier IMO - use set members of the form <name>:<id> a

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