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In computing, natural sort order (or natural sorting) is the ordering of strings in alphabetical order, except that multi-digit numbers are treated atomically, i.e., as if they were a single character. Natural sort order has been promoted as being more human-friendly ("natural") than machine-oriented, pure alphabetical sort order. For example, in alphabetical sorting, "z11" would be sorted before "z2" because the "1" in the first string is sorted as smaller than "2", while in natural sorting "z2" is sorted before "z11" because "2" is treated as smaller than "11". Alphabetical sorting:

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  • In computing, natural sort order (or natural sorting) is the ordering of strings in alphabetical order, except that multi-digit numbers are treated atomically, i.e., as if they were a single character. Natural sort order has been promoted as being more human-friendly ("natural") than machine-oriented, pure alphabetical sort order. For example, in alphabetical sorting, "z11" would be sorted before "z2" because the "1" in the first string is sorted as smaller than "2", while in natural sorting "z2" is sorted before "z11" because "2" is treated as smaller than "11". Alphabetical sorting: 1. * z11 2. * z2 Natural sorting: 1. * z2 2. * z11 Functionality to sort by natural sort order is now widely available in software libraries for many programming languages. During the 1996 MacHack conference, the Natural Order Mac OS System Extension was conceived and implemented overnight on-site as an entry for the Best Hack contest. Dave Koelle wrote the Alphanum Algorithm in 1997 and Martin Pool published Natural Order String Comparison in 2000. (en)
  • 自然順(自然な並び換え順序,英: Natural sort order)とは,アルファベット順を基本として,複数桁の数字をまとめて一つの数値として扱って順序付けられるような照合規則である。自然順は,計算機指向の純粋なアルファベット順よりも人間に優しい(〝自然な〟)順序として主に末端利用者向けの出力形式において推奨されている。 (ja)
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  • 自然順(自然な並び換え順序,英: Natural sort order)とは,アルファベット順を基本として,複数桁の数字をまとめて一つの数値として扱って順序付けられるような照合規則である。自然順は,計算機指向の純粋なアルファベット順よりも人間に優しい(〝自然な〟)順序として主に末端利用者向けの出力形式において推奨されている。 (ja)
  • In computing, natural sort order (or natural sorting) is the ordering of strings in alphabetical order, except that multi-digit numbers are treated atomically, i.e., as if they were a single character. Natural sort order has been promoted as being more human-friendly ("natural") than machine-oriented, pure alphabetical sort order. For example, in alphabetical sorting, "z11" would be sorted before "z2" because the "1" in the first string is sorted as smaller than "2", while in natural sorting "z2" is sorted before "z11" because "2" is treated as smaller than "11". Alphabetical sorting: (en)
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  • Natural sort order (en)
  • 自然順 (ja)
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