List Collection View. IComparer. Compare(Object, Object) Method
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virtual int System.Collections.IComparer.Compare(System::Object ^ o1, System::Object ^ o2) = System::Collections::IComparer::Compare;
int IComparer.Compare (object o1, object o2);
abstract member System.Collections.IComparer.Compare : obj * obj -> int override this.System.Collections.IComparer.Compare : obj * obj -> int
Function Compare (o1 As Object, o2 As Object) As Integer Implements IComparer.Compare
First object to compare.
Second object to compare.
Less than zero means
o1 is less than
o2, a value of zero means they are equal, and over zero means
o1 is greater than