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[REBOL] Re: sort/reverse revisited

From: ryan:christiansen:intellisol at: 11-Apr-2001 15:08

>So you are basically merging the contents of a set >of files, then sorting them in reverse order?
I'm reading a directory of file names, appending the file names to a block of file names, then sorting them in reverse order. Ryan C. Christiansen Web Developer Intellisol International 4733 Amber Valley Parkway Fargo, ND 58104 701-235-3390 ext. 6671 FAX: 701-235-9940 Global Leader in People Performance Software _____________________________________ Confidentiality Notice This message may contain privileged and confidential information. If you think, for any reason, that this message may have been addressed to you in error, you must not disseminate, copy or take any action in reliance on it, and we would ask you to notify us immediately by return email to [ryan--christiansen--intellisol--com] "Carl Sassenrath" To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> <[carl--rebol--c] cc: om> Subject: [REBOL] Re: sort/reverse revisited Sent by: rebol-bounce@ 04/11/2001 02:17 PM Please respond to rebol-list Ryan, Happened to notice your question.... Not sure why you would see such a problem just on IIS. So you are basically merging the contents of a set of files, then sorting them in reverse order? What do the input data files look like? Make sure that it's all the same datatype. Put a probe in front of your file-contents line to make sure it's what you think it is. Also, have you considered removing the sort from the foreach loop? May buy you some performance if you put it after the loop. (But, that should not be the cause of the problem.) -Carl