I wonder something about what is happening when I sort this vector. I put some number into the vector like below. After the sort the output look like this.
3
2
1
-3
-2
-1

What I want is that the output instead will look like the below example.
Like below the numbers is sorted from highest to lowest.
How it this possible to do ?
3
2
1
-1
-2
-3

std::vector<int> Numbers;
int Number1 = - 1;
int Number2 = - 2;
int Number3 = - 3;
int Number4 =  1;
int Number5 =  2;
int Number6=  3;

Numbers.push_back(Number1);
Numbers.push_back(Number2);
Numbers.push_back(Number3);
Numbers.push_back(Number4);
Numbers.push_back(Number5);
Numbers.push_back(Number6);

std::sort(Numbers.rbegin(), Numbers.rend()); //Sort the Vector

Yes, that is right :pretty: I was just a bit confused I think.

it works right for me
3
2
1
-1
-2
-3

I have 6 strings that look like this below that I then put to a std::vector<string> and when I sort this vector, the output will look like this: (Notice the beginning number).


"3,01/05/2000";
"2,01/05/2001";
"1,01/05/2002";
"-3,01/05/2003";
"-2,01/05/2004";
"-1,01/05/2005";

The thing is that I want to sort this in order for the first number like below. Why I want to do this is that I want the date that is after in the string to follow the number.
I dont know if this is possible ?
I know that the strings is sorted lexicographically by default like above and I am trying to find a way to sort it like below. To mention of importance is that this code is located inside a buttoncontrol on my Form.
I dont know what could be possible to do here. I beleive I could use a struct code like I have attached below, but I am not sure if this could be combined with in this example a buttoncontrol ?

"3,01/05/2000";
"2,01/05/2001";
"1,01/05/2002";
"-1,01/05/2005";
"-2,01/05/2004";
"-3,01/05/2003";

std::vector<string> Numbers;
string Number1 = "-1,01/05/2000";
string Number2 = "-2,01/05/2000";
string Number3 = "-3,01/05/2000";
string Number4 =  "1,01/05/2000";
string Number5 =  "2,01/05/2000";
string Number6 =  "3,01/05/2000";

Numbers.push_back(Number1);
Numbers.push_back(Number2);
Numbers.push_back(Number3);
Numbers.push_back(Number4);
Numbers.push_back(Number5);
Numbers.push_back(Number6);

std::sort(Numbers.rbegin(), Numbers.rend()); //Sort the Vectorstd::vector<int>

(Attached struct example)

struct rcompare_sortkey
{
  bool operator()(const std::string &lhs, const std::string &rhs {
    std::string::size_type lp = lhs.find(","), rp = rhs.find(",");
    return boost::lexical_cast<int>(lhs.substring(0, lp))
        > boost::lexical_cast<int>(rhs.substring(0, rp));
  }
};

std::sort(Numbers.begin(), Numbers.end(), rcompare_sortkey());

I have tried to put a struct like this but this does not compile however. I am not sure if a struct like this could be used in a Form.

public ref struct rcompare_sortkey
{
  bool operator()(const std::string &lhs, const std::string &rhs)
  {
    std::string::size_type lp = lhs.find(","), rp = rhs.find(",");
	return boost::lexical_cast<int>(lhs.substring(0, lp)) > boost::lexical_cast<int>(rhs.substring(0, rp));
  }
};
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <string>
#include <sstream>
using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char **argv) {
	vector <string> Numbers;
	string Number1 = "3,01/05/2000";
	string Number2 = "2,01/05/2001";
	string Number3 = "1,01/05/2002";
	string Number4 = "-3,01/05/2003";
	string Number5 = "-2,01/05/2004";
	string Number6 = "-1,01/05/2005";

	Numbers.push_back(Number1);
	Numbers.push_back(Number2);
	Numbers.push_back(Number3);
	Numbers.push_back(Number4);
	Numbers.push_back(Number6);
	Numbers.push_back(Number5);

	vector <pair<int, string*> > lol;
	lol.reserve(Numbers.size());
	for (size_t i = 0; i < Numbers.size(); ++i) {
		stringstream tmp;
		tmp << Numbers[i];
		int num_tmp;
		tmp >> num_tmp;
		lol.push_back(pair<int, string*>(num_tmp, &Numbers[i]));
	}
	bool isChange = true;
	while (isChange) {
		isChange = false;
		for (size_t i = 0; i < lol.size()-1; ++i) {
			if (lol[i].first < lol[i+1].first) {
				lol[i].first ^= lol[i+1].first ^= lol[i].first ^= lol[i+1].first;
				swap(*(lol[i].second), *(lol[i+1].second));
				isChange = true;
			}
		}
	}
	lol.empty();
	for (size_t i = 0; i < Numbers.size(); ++i) {
		cout << Numbers[i] << endl;
	}
	return 0;
}

and short version

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <string>
#include <sstream>
using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char **argv) {
	string tmp[] = { "3,01/05/2000", "2,01/05/2001", "1,01/05/2002", "-3,01/05/2003", "-2,01/05/2004", "-1,01/05/2005" };
	vector <string> Numbers(tmp, tmp+6);
	size_t lol_size = Numbers.size();
	int* lol = new int[lol_size];
	for (size_t i = 0; i < Numbers.size(); ++i) {
		stringstream tmp;
		tmp << Numbers[i];
		tmp >>lol[i];
	}
	bool isChange = true;
	while (isChange) {
		isChange = false;
		for (size_t i = 0; i < lol_size-1; ++i) {
			if (lol[i] < lol[i+1]) {
				lol[i] ^= lol[i+1] ^= lol[i] ^= lol[i+1];
				swap(Numbers[i], Numbers[i+1]);
				isChange = true;
			}
		}
	}
	delete[] lol;
	for (size_t i = 0; i < Numbers.size(); ++i) {
		cout << Numbers[i] << endl;
	}
	return 0;
}
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