There is potential for both columns to be strings. I was just using numeric as an example. I am looping through a db get step to retrieve multiple rows from a stored procedure specified in the db read step. In a one-dimensional array, I've simply assigned the value retrieved to index , then loop through to get the next row and assign that to index , and so on.
I now have a requirement where I have multiple values that I need to put in a two-dimensional array as shown in my original post. So, taking the same db get loop logic, the first row's values would be put into  and . Then, loop through the db get step again to get the next row and assign the values received on that into  and , and so on. Once I loop through all rows (and hit the No Data branch), I need to make sure that this array is sorted on the 2nd column.
I may be able to have the database team change their stored procedure to return the values to UCCX already sorted, but would like to verify it is sorted within my script. Again, I've done this many times on a one-dimensional array, but not on a two-dimensional array.
Just do a manual sort...there are many algorithms out there for this..I've attached an image of the one you always learn in basic programming (Bubble Sort..if there's lotsa data then this method isn't efficient)..
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