Sort::Naturally - sort lexically, but sort numeral parts numerically River stage three • 20 direct dependents • 160 total dependents

This module exports two functions, "nsort" and "ncmp"; they are used in implementing my idea of a "natural sorting" algorithm. Under natural sorting, numeric substrings are compared numerically, and other word-characters are compared lexically. This ...

BINGOS/Sort-Naturally-1.03 - 11 Apr 2012 08:50:09 UTC

Sort::Naturally::XS - Perl extension for human-friendly ("natural") sort order River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Natural sort order is an ordering of mixed strings (consist of characters and digits) in alphabetical order, except that digital parts are ordered as numbers. Natural sorting can be considered as a replacement of a standard machine-oriented alphabeti...

SERVAL/Sort-Naturally-XS-0.7.9 - 16 Jun 2018 18:46:03 UTC

Sort::Naturally::ICU - Perl extension for human-friendly ("natural") sort order River stage zero No dependents

Natural sort order is an ordering of mixed strings (consist of characters and digits) in alphabetical order, except that digital parts are ordered as numbers. Natural sorting can be considered as a replacement of a standard machine-oriented alphabeti...

SERVAL/Sort-Naturally-ICU-0.7.8 - 02 Nov 2017 09:46:59 UTC

Sort::Sub::naturally - Sort naturally (by number or string parts) River stage three • 21 direct dependents • 103 total dependents

This module can generate sort subroutine. It is meant to be used via Sort::Sub, although you can also use it directly via "gen_sorter()"....

PERLANCAR/Sort-Sub-0.120 - 24 May 2020 18:12:50 UTC

Sort::Sub - Collection of sort subroutines River stage three • 21 direct dependents • 103 total dependents

Sort::Sub and "Sort::Sub::*" are a convenient packaging of any kind of subroutine which you can use for "sort()". To use Sort::Sub, you import a list of: ["$"]NAME [ "<" [i][r] ">" ] Where NAME is actually searched under "Sort::Sub::*" namespace. For...

PERLANCAR/Sort-Sub-0.120 - 24 May 2020 18:12:50 UTC

Sort::Key - the fastest way to sort anything in Perl River stage two • 16 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

Sort::Key provides a set of functions to sort lists of values by some calculated key value. It is faster (usually much faster) and uses less memory than other alternatives implemented around perl sort function (ST, GRT, etc.). Multi-key sorting funct...

SALVA/Sort-Key-1.33 - 29 Apr 2014 11:55:23 UTC

Sort::filevercmp - Sort version strings as in GNU filevercmp River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Perl implementation of the "filevercmp" function from gnulib <https://www.gnu.org/software/gnulib/>. "filevercmp" is used by the sort(1) ("-V" option) and ls(1) ("-v" option) GNU coreutils commands for "natural" sorting of strings (usually filenames)...

DBOOK/Sort-filevercmp-0.001 - 06 Jul 2017 19:45:13 UTC

Sort::Key::Natural - fast natural sorting River stage two • 16 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This module extends the Sort::Key family of modules to support natural sorting. Under natural sorting, strings are split at word and number boundaries, and the resulting substrings are compared as follows: * numeric substrings are compared numericall...

SALVA/Sort-Key-1.33 - 29 Apr 2014 11:55:23 UTC

Sort::Sub::by_count - Sort by number of occurrences of pattern in string River stage three • 21 direct dependents • 103 total dependents

This module can generate sort subroutine. It is meant to be used via Sort::Sub, although you can also use it directly via "gen_sorter()"....

PERLANCAR/Sort-Sub-0.120 - 24 May 2020 18:12:50 UTC

Pod::Weaver::Plugin::Sort::Sub - Plugin to use when building Sort::Sub::* modules River stage zero No dependents

This plugin is used when building distribution that contains "Sort::Sub::*" routines (see Sort::Sub::naturally for an example of such module; see also Sort::Sub). It currently does the following to lib/Sort/Sub/* .pm files: * Add Synopsis section if ...

PERLANCAR/Pod-Weaver-Plugin-Sort-Sub-0.005 - 29 Feb 2020 00:06:21 UTC
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