Tuple<T1,T2,T3,T4,T5,T6,T7,TRest>.IComparable. Compare To(Object) Method
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Compares the current ValueTuple<T1,T2,T3,T4,T5,T6,T7,TRest> object to a specified object and returns an integer that indicates whether the current object is before, after, or in the same position as the specified object in the sort order.
virtual int System.IComparable.CompareTo(System::Object ^ other) = IComparable::CompareTo;
int IComparable.CompareTo (object other);
abstract member System.IComparable.CompareTo : obj -> int override this.System.IComparable.CompareTo : obj -> int
Function CompareTo (other As Object) As Integer Implements IComparable.CompareTo
An object to compare with the current instance.
A signed integer that indicates the relative position of this instance and
obj in the sort order, as shown in the following table.
|A negative integer|| This instance precedes |
|Zero|| This instance and |
|A positive integer|| This instance follows |
This method provides the IComparable.CompareTo implementation for the ValueTuple<T1,T2,T3,T4,T5,T6,T7,TRest> structure. Although the method can be called directly, it is most commonly called by the default overloads of collection-sorting methods, such as Array.Sort(Array) and SortedList.Add, to order the members of a collection.
The ValueTuple<T1,T2,T3,T4,T5,T6,T7,TRest>.IComparable.CompareTo method is intended for use in sorting operations. It should not be used when the primary purpose of a comparison is to determine whether two objects are equal. To determine whether two objects are equal, call the ValueTuple<T1,T2,T3,T4,T5,T6,T7,TRest>.Equals(Object) method.
This method uses the default object comparer to compare each component.