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Re: Sorting Call durations into Timeframes

by JavaFan (Canon)
on May 08, 2009 at 16:03 UTC ( #762864=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Sorting Call durations into Timeframes

You're not showing any code, so it's hard to say how it could be improved.

But I wonder what you will be sorting? And why?

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Re^2: Sorting Call durations into Timeframes
by ultibuzz (Monk) on May 08, 2009 at 19:55 UTC
    there is no code yet because im just starting, but asking for hints before running with alot of if's ia a good thing i think, ther e might me a sort modul someone knows or so ;)

    and im sorting the duration of the call into the timeslots, needed for buying new hardware to know exactly where the most calls are.

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