tuple_sorttuple_sortTupleSortTupleSort (Operator)


tuple_sorttuple_sortTupleSortTupleSort — Sort the elements of a tuple in ascending order.


tuple_sort( : : Tuple : Sorted)

Herror tuple_sort(const Hlong Tuple, Hlong* Sorted)

Herror T_tuple_sort(const Htuple Tuple, Htuple* Sorted)

void TupleSort(const HTuple& Tuple, HTuple* Sorted)

HTuple HTuple::TupleSort() const

static void HOperatorSet.TupleSort(HTuple tuple, out HTuple sorted)

HTuple HTuple.TupleSort()


tuple_sorttuple_sortTupleSortTupleSortTupleSort sorts all elements of TupleTupleTupleTupletuple in ascending order and returns the result with SortedSortedSortedSortedsorted. As a precondition the single elements of TupleTupleTupleTupletuple must be comparable. Thus, TupleTupleTupleTupletuple must either exclusively consist of strings or it must only contain (integer or floating point) numbers. In the latter case integers and floating point numbers may be mixed.

Exception: Empty input tuple

If the input tuple is empty, the operator returns an empty tuple.

HDevelop In-line Operation

HDevelop provides an in-line operation for tuple_sorttuple_sortTupleSortTupleSortTupleSort, which can be used in an expression in the following syntax:

Sorted := sort(Tuple)

Execution Information


TupleTupleTupleTupletuple (input_control)  tuple(-array) HTupleHTupleHtuple (integer / real / string) (int / long / double / string) (Hlong / double / HString) (Hlong / double / char*)

Input tuple.

SortedSortedSortedSortedsorted (output_control)  tuple(-array) HTupleHTupleHtuple (integer / real / string) (int / long / double / string) (Hlong / double / HString) (Hlong / double / char*)

Sorted tuple.


tuple_sort_indextuple_sort_indexTupleSortIndexTupleSortIndexTupleSortIndex, tuple_inversetuple_inverseTupleInverseTupleInverseTupleInverse