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suppose we have n number of object and each object has values like emp no, emp name and emp address.

i need to sort the object using there emp no ??

how can we do this in java ??

any pointer please help me.
 
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You may implement the Comparable interface.
For details, see this tutorial
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

The answer is, implement Comparable and its method in your sortable class, and then use the Collections sort methods.

This thread might help
 
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