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ordering values in Arraylist

 
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Hi Guys ,

i got an ArrayList contains these values

but the values are messed up , i wanna order them to be in this order


Any ideas to achieve this ?
 
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There are methods for sorting Lists in the Collections class
 
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Joanne Neal wrote:There are methods for sorting Lists in the Collections class



but this mentioned in the documentation

Sorts the specified list into ascending order, according to the natural ordering of its elements

so this will not make it in the order i need above ..
 
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Then check the other sort method, which takes a java.util.Comparator. Implement your own Comparator class that does the sorting for you.
 
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Sherif Shehab wrote:but this mentioned in the documentation

Sorts the specified list into ascending order, according to the natural ordering of its elements

so this will not make it in the order i need above ..



Note that I said there are methods for sorting. Try taking a look at the other one.
 
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That looks like a tree; maybe you should to work out how to associate a FinancialStatus object with a List<FinanceStatus>.
 
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