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littledrifty
09/05/11 10:08pm

{{{1.,26.4175,a},{1.,37.405,b}...},{{1.00085,26.44,a},{0.999599,37.39,b}...}}

here in this LIST there are two lists. in my real application, I am using many lists.
Also, notice that the letters go from a to b. In my real application the length of each list could have the entire alphabet or more.

here is my question.

how do I display the highest first position for each list. if they are equal, just display the first in the list.

this would be my output for this LIST {1,26.4175,a},{1.00085,26.44,a}}

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display the highest 1st position littledrifty 09/05/11 10:08pm
Re: display the highest 1st position yehuda 09/07/11 02:31am
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