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== Example ==
 
== Example ==
  
{1,45,2,3,5,2} → List 1              //Data is stored into List 1, then the list is sorted in ascending order and displayed at (1,1).
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{1,45,2,3,5,2} → List 1              //Data is stored into List 1, then the list is sorted in ascending order and displayed at (1,1).
SortA(List 1)                      //This example would display {1,2,2,3,5,45} as the end result.
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Locate 1,1,List 1
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SortA(List 1)                      //This example would display {1,2,2,3,5,45} as the end result.
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Locate 1,1,List 1
  
 
[[Category:BASIC_Commands]]
 
[[Category:BASIC_Commands]]

Latest revision as of 16:00, 29 February 2012

Description

This command sorts a list's elements in ascending order(low to high).

Syntax

SortA(<List name>)

Example

{1,45,2,3,5,2} → List 1              //Data is stored into List 1, then the list is sorted in ascending  order and displayed at (1,1).
SortA(List 1)                       //This example would display {1,2,2,3,5,45} as the end result.
Locate 1,1,List 1