Basically, we want to convert an array into a string that represents what that array contains. So in this case, we’ll convert every number in the array to a string. For this tutorial we will use the toString method, so we can convert a number array to a string.
The following string is very simple. It’s just the stringified representation of the number 123. The toString method will convert each number in the array into a string representation. So in this case, we will use “123”. We’ll use this format to help us build a value list that will be used to sort the list.
So in this particular case, the value list will be a list of just the numbers. The sort function will sort the values by the first item in the list, so let’s start by making a value list with just the numbers. The sort function will take this list of numbers as an argument. The sort function will use the first number in the list to determine which value to sort the list by.
That’s right. The order of a list is determined by the order in which the items are first. This means that for each item in the list, you can sort it by the number of items in the first list and the total number of items in the second list. For example, a list of 12 will first sort by the number 1, then by the first item in the second list and the total number of items in the first list.
The first way (which is more common) keeps track of the size of the first list so you can check what it is before you sort it. The second way keeps track of the size of the second list so you don’t have to sort it at all.