Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: how is strnatcmp aka "Interpret numbers while sorting" supposed to sort?
Re: how is strnatcmp aka "Interpret numbers while sorting" supposed to sort?
From: Bryan VanDyke <bryan.vandyke_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2009 10:48:44 -0400
Thomas Martitz wrote:
> Linus Nielsen Feltzing wrote:
>> Mike Holden wrote:
>>> Maybe leading zeros should only be stripped if another digit follows
>>> I use names like 00RockFaves.m3u, 00ClassicRock.m3u for playlists that I
>>> have created (as opposed to original artist albums), and the leading
>>> zerozero is deliberately there to sort them at the top.
>> That's an interesting observation. I believe leading zeroes are
>> treated like whitespace in the current code, but in this case I think
>> that the final zero should be kept.
> That's not trivial, and adds complexity. You basically need to look at
> the current, the next, and one more for this, instead of just the
> current char.
Actually it not that bad.
while (current != null && next != null && current == '0' && next is a
current = next
next = get next
Received on 2009-03-19