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Re^2: Probelm with priority printing (hash or by an array)

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 07, 2008 at 10:29 UTC ( #722193=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Probelm with priority printing (hash or by an array)
in thread Probelm with priority printing (hash or by an array)

Hi, Thanks for your suggestion. But when printing the results from the database it prints in the same order as it fetches. Also, I have two sets of diseases. Say: disease_1:
1 flu 1 cold 2 measles

and another set of disease like:
1 diabetes 2 typhoid

Those two sets are distinguished based on the process they go for. there may be some disease which appears in both the sets.
The diseases are not the exact names but an example of it. The Query fetches different process that the disease has passed through. But I think that doesn't matter us much(!) here. The problem is I am having the same problem again that is ,the order of the disease is not in the order that I have got in the array but IT comes randomly as it fetches in the database. for example:
XXX:measles 45 35 67 1000 XXX:flu 67 35 45 7000 XXX:typhoid 56 78 89 1000

Note the XXX:disease is the way the disease is stored inthe database.
What I need to have is the exact order and priority number along with the exact names that I have stored in the array.
Thanks for your suggestions.

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