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Sorting multidimensiona l arrays

I would like to know how to use multidimensiona l arrays principles for
sorting grades for four students obtained in four subjects.I am
supposed to arrange the data in a form of a table,students names by
rows and subjects/course units by columns.How should I organise my c++
code.The program should sort the grades of each students in ascending
or descending orders.
Jul 23 '05 #1
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I would like to know how to use multidimensiona l arrays principles for
sorting grades for four students obtained in four subjects.I am
supposed to arrange the data in a form of a table,students names by
rows and subjects/course units by columns.How should I organise my c++
code.The program should sort the grades of each students in ascending
or descending orders.

Why not just have one array of class Student which would store the data of
one row?
Jul 23 '05 #2

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