Kroeger, Simon (ext) wrote:
> I guess you have to use sort instead of sort_by in such a case,
> like:
> 
> test = [[1, 'b'], [1, 'c'], [1, 'a'], [0, 'a']]
> 
> #sort for first item, than for second in reverse order
> p test.sort{|a, b|(a[0] <=> b[0]).nonzero? || (b[1] <=> a[1]) }
> 
> =>[[0, "a"], [1, "c"], [1, "b"], [1, "a"]]
> 

Aaah, it's chaining with nonzero? (since it'll return the -1 or 1 if 
that's the case) that I was missing.

Thanks.

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