IComparer.Compare(Object, Object) IComparer.Compare(Object, Object) IComparer.Compare(Object, Object) IComparer.Compare(Object, Object) Method

Definición

Compara dos objetos y devuelve un valor que indica si uno de ellos es menor, igual o mayor que el otro.Compares two objects and returns a value indicating whether one is less than, equal to, or greater than the other.

public:
 int Compare(System::Object ^ x, System::Object ^ y);
public int Compare (object x, object y);
abstract member Compare : obj * obj -> int
Public Function Compare (x As Object, y As Object) As Integer

Parámetros

x
Object Object Object Object

Primer objeto que se va a comparar.The first object to compare.

y
Object Object Object Object

Segundo objeto que se va a comparar.The second object to compare.

Devoluciones

Entero con signo que indica los valores relativos de x y y:A signed integer that indicates the relative values of x and y:
- Si es menor que 0, x es menor que y.- If less than 0, x is less than y.
- Si es 0, x es igual que y.- If 0, x equals y.
- Si es mayor que 0, x es mayor que y.- If greater than 0, x is greater than y.

Excepciones

Ni x ni y implementan la interfaz IComparable.Neither x nor y implements the IComparable interface.

O bien-or- x y y son de tipos diferentes y ninguno puede controlar comparaciones con el otro.x and y are of different types and neither one can handle comparisons with the other.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo siguiente se usa el IComparer interfaz para ordenar una matriz de cadenas.The following example uses the IComparer interface to sort a string array. En este ejemplo, el Compare método se implementa mediante el CaseInsensitiveComparer clase para invertir el orden del contenido de la matriz.In this example, the Compare method is implemented using the CaseInsensitiveComparer class to reverse the order of the contents of the array.

using System;
using System.Collections;

public class Example  
{
   public class ReverserClass : IComparer  
   {
      // Call CaseInsensitiveComparer.Compare with the parameters reversed.
      int IComparer.Compare(Object x, Object y)  
      {
          return ((new CaseInsensitiveComparer()).Compare(y, x));
      }
   }

   public static void Main()  
   {
      // Initialize a string array.
      string[] words = { "The", "quick", "brown", "fox", "jumps", "over",
                         "the", "lazy", "dog" };
 
      // Display the array values.
      Console.WriteLine("The array initially contains the following values:" );
      PrintIndexAndValues(words);
 
      // Sort the array values using the default comparer.
      Array.Sort(words);
      Console.WriteLine("After sorting with the default comparer:" );
      PrintIndexAndValues(words);

      // Sort the array values using the reverse case-insensitive comparer.
      Array.Sort(words, new ReverserClass());
      Console.WriteLine("After sorting with the reverse case-insensitive comparer:");
      PrintIndexAndValues(words);

   }
 
   public static void PrintIndexAndValues(IEnumerable list)  
   {
      int i = 0;
      foreach (var item in list )
         Console.WriteLine($"   [{i++}]:  {item}");

      Console.WriteLine();
   }

}
// The example displays the following output:
//       The array initially contains the following values:
//          [0]:  The
//          [1]:  quick
//          [2]:  brown
//          [3]:  fox
//          [4]:  jumps
//          [5]:  over
//          [6]:  the
//          [7]:  lazy
//          [8]:  dog
//       
//       After sorting with the default comparer:
//          [0]:  brown
//          [1]:  dog
//          [2]:  fox
//          [3]:  jumps
//          [4]:  lazy
//          [5]:  over
//          [6]:  quick
//          [7]:  the
//          [8]:  The
//       
//       After sorting with the reverse case-insensitive comparer:
//          [0]:  the
//          [1]:  The
//          [2]:  quick
//          [3]:  over
//          [4]:  lazy
//          [5]:  jumps
//          [6]:  fox
//          [7]:  dog
//          [8]:  brown
Imports System.Collections

Public Class Example
   Public Class ReverserClass : Implements IComparer
      ' Call CaseInsensitiveComparer.Compare with the parameters reversed.
      Public Function Compare(ByVal x As Object, ByVal y As Object) As Integer _
             Implements IComparer.Compare
         Return New CaseInsensitiveComparer().Compare(y, x)
      End Function 
   End Class

   Public Shared Sub Main()
      ' Initialize a string array.
      Dim words() As String = { "The", "quick", "brown", "fox", "jumps", "over",
                         "the", "lazy", "dog" }

      ' Display the array values.
      Console.WriteLine("The array initially contains the following values:")
      PrintIndexAndValues(words)

      ' Sort the array values of the ArrayList using the default comparer.
      Array.Sort(words)
      Console.WriteLine("After sorting with the default comparer:")
      PrintIndexAndValues(words)

      ' Sort the array values using the reverse case-insensitive comparer.
      Array.Sort(words, new ReverserClass())
      Console.WriteLine("After sorting with the reverse case-insensitive comparer:")
      PrintIndexAndValues(words)
   End Sub 

   Public Shared Sub PrintIndexAndValues(list As IEnumerable)
      Dim i As Integer = 0
      For Each item In  list
         Console.WriteLine($"   [{i}]:  {item}")
         i += 1
      Next
      Console.WriteLine()
   End Sub 
End Class
' The example displays the following output:
'       The array initially contains the following values:
'          [0]:  The
'          [1]:  quick
'          [2]:  brown
'          [3]:  fox
'          [4]:  jumps
'          [5]:  over
'          [6]:  the
'          [7]:  lazy
'          [8]:  dog
'       
'       After sorting with the default comparer:
'          [0]:  brown
'          [1]:  dog
'          [2]:  fox
'          [3]:  jumps
'          [4]:  lazy
'          [5]:  over
'          [6]:  quick
'          [7]:  the
'          [8]:  The
'       
'       After sorting with the reverse case-insensitive comparer:
'          [0]:  the
'          [1]:  The
'          [2]:  quick
'          [3]:  over
'          [4]:  lazy
'          [5]:  jumps
'          [6]:  fox
'          [7]:  dog
'          [8]:  brown

Comentarios

La implementación preferida es utilizar el CompareTo método de uno de los parámetros.The preferred implementation is to use the CompareTo method of one of the parameters.

Comparar null se permite con cualquier tipo y no genera una excepción cuando se usa IComparable.Comparing null with any type is allowed and does not generate an exception when using IComparable. Al ordenar, null se considera menor que cualquier otro objeto.When sorting, null is considered to be less than any other object.

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