Write a generic method that accepts three parameters of the same type and displays them in order. For numeric data, “in order” means in numerical order. For other classes, you can define “in order” appropriately. Test the method using at least four different data types, including at least one for which you implement a CompareTo() method.
Having hard time to solve this…
public class SortOrderDemo
public static T SortOrder<T> (T x, T y, T z) where T : IComparable<T>
//can’t think of a logic after this..