Sorting X In T

Sort by X in T: The sorting calculates 2 columns: The X and the T(X), instead of only one: the X, where the default case is of T=0, such that when T=0 (in which case the column T(X) is empty or Null) the sorting is (only and simply) by X, otherwise when T>0, the sorting is secondly done by the differences in X occurring along the time T been sorted firstly.

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By pilepile, on 09 Jul 2012 12:22 history Tags:

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