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    Double-bite sorting.

    I plan on using Silktest (International) to verify the AUT sorts double bite languages correctly.
    Has anyone accomplished anything like this?


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    Re: Double-bite sorting.

    Apologize - wrong post


    [This message has been edited by gram (edited 01-14-2003).]
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    Re: Double-bite sorting.

    no but it cant be that hard as long as someone gives you the verification data. Silk may not sort how your marketing department wants your AUT to sort stuff.

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    Re: Double-bite sorting.

    thanks for your response rmccullough.

    the sorting will be alphabetical.
    i was looking for something that sorts double-bite language alphabetically that i could then use to verify the AUT sorting results are accurate.
    i was hoping someone already built a function to do this.


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    Re: Double-bite sorting.

    The ListSort function can take a list of strings and sort them alphabetically. The only caveat here is that the sort is done via the rules for sorting Unicode characters that is defined at the OS level. In other words, SilkTest will sort them the way that the OS tells it to.

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    Re: Double-bite sorting.

    which is different from unix.

    Like I said, you are better off getting verification data from the one who defined it or make some verification data yourself. Then just use that to verify what your app sorts.

    Are you asking if there is a function someone has already written that verifies a file against another file? Silk has built in list verify functions.

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