Utilize this tool to arrange an unordered list in a logical or alphabetical manner. Both ascending and descending orders are available. You can also order by character width or length.
This utility allows you to sort text lines in three distinct ways.
Alphabetical order - The conventional method used by computers to sort text is alphabetical sorting. The string whose first letter occurs sooner in the alphabet (A-Z) comes first when each character is compared in order. The same is true for numbers (0-9).
Natural order - A more approachable method of alphabetical sorting for machines is known as natural sort. Non-single-digit numbers such as "10," "11," "12," and higher are treated as a single object and are sorted by their value. If you're working with numbered lists, you should utilize this.
By Character Length - A list can be sorted according to how long or wide the text is. The list is ordered from shortest to maximum character length, with the shorter strings appearing first.
Alphabetical sort - Because "1" is larger than "1," "X21" appears before "X2" in the example presented below.
X2 X12 X3
X2 X3 X12
XX XXX XXXX
The text is reversed when you choose this option.
Example: Reversed after character length sorting.
XXXX XXX XX
How to Order Items in a List Descendingly
By default, texts are arranged in ascending order. After sorting a list alphabetically or naturally, you can use the reverse option to sort it in descending order (9-0 and Z-A).
Text can be sorted using the following methods in any order: Shuffle. The list's arrangement is made randomly.