Sorts a list by its items' values.
The specific sort order depends on the type of the input items. For example, text is sorted alphabetically; real numbers and integers are sorted numerically. Points are sorted primarily by X-value, secondarily by Y-value, and so on. (To sort points by magnitude or distance from another point, use the Sort Points by Distance family of nodes instead.)
Sort Order is Ascending, items are sorted from least to greatest. If
Sort Order is Descending, items are sorted from greatest to least.
A given type might not have an intuitive sort order, but the ordering provided by this node will be consistent.
Keywords: alphabetical, ascending, decreasing, descending, increasing, item, lexicographical, order, organize, reorder