I have joined the thousands who have done it before, and have compared a number of sorting routines. The sorting is done on the same random-integer arrays. No surprises, quicksort wins this simple comparison hands down. There are clever combinations of sorting routines that are faster, like the snippet by Narue shown in: [url]http://www.daniweb.com/code/snippet61.html[/url] There is also an expert treatise on sorting at: [url]http://www.eternallyconfuzzled.com/tuts/sorting.html[/url]

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Looking on the web very few have got VB.net 2008/2010 using object arrays working. I felt it was time to give back what I have taken from the web for any other users. VB6 had a simple object array system which has been lost in VB.net As a C#/ C++ programer I like dot.net but think "Basic" should be Basic! I use VB.net for rapid Visual development and enjoy its ease in which you can come back to the code to re-read it. OK you need a Label as an Array with Option Strict On.......... This demo places 64 labels …

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The End.