So, I have a vector of pair.

{2 , 3} { 3, 4} {5, 4} {7, 8}

I want to sort it based on the second element in descending order, so it should be this

{7 , 8} {3,4} {5, 4} {2 , 3}

But now, if the second element is equal to each other, I want the one with the larger element go first

So the {5, 4} need to go first

This is the code that I had tried, but it doesnt print anything

```
sort(pai.begin(), pai.end(), sortByVal);
long long temp1, temp2;
for(int i = 0; i < pai.size(); i++)
{
for(int y = i ; y < pai.size();i++)
{
if(pai[i].second == pai[y].second && pai[i].first < pai[y].first)
{
temp1 = pai[i].first;
temp2 = pai[i].second;
pai[i].first = pai[y].first;
pai[i].second = pai[y].second;
pai[y].first = temp1;
pai[y].second = temp2;
}
}
}
for(int i = 1; i < pai.size(); i++)
{
cout<<pai[i].first<<" ";
}
```

Here is my function for sorting, I am thinking about making some changes in the return fuction but doesnt know exactly

```
bool sortByVal(const pair<long long, long long> &b, const pair<long long, long long> &c)
{
return (b.second > c.second);
}
```

I am new to vector and pair so I doesn’t have much Idea how to do it, it would be appreciate if someone could help, thank!

### >Solution :

You don’t need to sort twice, just put all of your sorting criteria into one function and use that.

```
sort(pai.begin(), pai.end(), sortByVal);
for(int i = 1; i < pai.size(); i++)
{
cout<<pai[i].first<<" ";
}
bool sortByVal(const pair<long long, long long> &b, const pair<long long, long long> &c)
{
return (b.second > c.second) || (b.second == c.second && b.first > c.first);
}
```