Laurent Colloud wrote:
> 
> puts "Team, Pts, W, D, L"
> myArray = myArray.sort { |a,b| b[:d] <=> a[:d]
> 		}.sort { |a,b| b[:w] <=> a[:w]
> 		}.sort { |a,b| b[:pts] <=> a[:pts]
> 		}.each do |row|
> puts "#{row[:team_id]}, #{row[:pts]}, #{row[:w]}, #{row[:d]}, 
> #{row[:l]}"
> end
> 

I suspect the problem is that sort does not keep the order of equal keys 
-- this is standard depending on which algorithim used.

you need to do one sort with a more complex comparison routine:

{|a,b| if b[:pts] == a[:pts] then
         if b[:w] == a[:w] then
           b[:d] <=> a[:d]
         else
           b[:w] <=> a[:w]
         end
         b[:pts] <=> a[:pts]
        end
}

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