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# Order the nodes in the new list by their X value, and then by their Y value

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

Defined below is the abstract class Node. This class has two properties, X & Y, which are both integers. These two properties represent a location on a cartesian plane.

public abstract class Node

{

}

public int X { get; set; }

public int Y { get; set; }

The method ProcessNodes takes two lists of Nodes as parameters and returns a single list of Nodes.

public List ProcessNodes(List listA, List listB)

Question 7

Implement the Process Nodes method to do the following:

1) Merge listA and listB into a single list.

2) Order the nodes in the new list by their X value, and then by their Y value. • Example ordering:

X Y

1

1

2 1

1 2

3) Remove any nodes which have an X or Y value lower than 0.

4) Remove any nodes which have an X value greater than 150. 5) Remove any nodes which have a Y value greater than 100. 6) Return the new list.

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