A stable array sort, because
Array#sort() is not guaranteed stable.
npm install stable
Then use it in Node.js or some other CommonJS environment as:
const stable =
From the browser
The default sort is, as with
// => ['bar', 'baz', 'foo']// => [1, 10, 5]
Array#sort, the default sort is NOT in-place. To do an in-place
stable.inplace, which otherwise works the same:
const arr = 10 1 5=== arr // => falsestable === arr // => true
A comparator function can be specified:
// Regular sort() compatible comparator, that returns a number.// This demonstrates the default behavior.const lexCmp = Stringa// => ['bar', 'baz', 'foo']// Boolean comparator. Sorts `b` before `a` if true.// This demonstrates a simple way to sort numerically.const greaterThan = a > b// => [1, 5, 10]
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