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    i have class like this

    template class<T>
    class A{
                    T m;
                    T n;
                    List<T> *start;
                    List<T> *end;
    and List<T> has x,y,value

    how can i sort this doubly linked list according to x,y values?

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    Perhaps you could post the definition of 'List', and give an example of a type that you would use for T.
    Do you know how to write a less-than operator?
    Why do you not use a std::list, and why are 'start' and 'end' pointers to Lists rather than just straight members?
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