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Simple Example for Sorted List

Simple Example for Sorted List
  
Imports System
Imports System.Collections
Imports System.Collections.Specialized


Public Class MainClass
    
    Shared Sub Main(ByVal args As String())
        Dim sorted_list As SortedList

        ' Use a normal, case-sensitive SortedList.
        sorted_list = New SortedList
        sorted_list.Add("A", "A")
        sorted_list.Add("a", "B")        
        
        For Each obj As Object In sorted_list
            Console.WriteLine(obj)
        Next obj
        
    End Sub
End Class
  

           
         
    
  










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