sorting on keys in a list of dicts
Thu Jan 6 09:40:28 EST 2005
J Berends <j.p.t.j.berends@[N0SP4M].nl> writes:
> Suppose I have a list of dictionaries and each dict has a common
> keyname with a (sortable) value in it.
> How can I shuffle their position in the list in such way that they
> become sorted.
Do I understand the question right? Can't you just say
thelist.sort(lambda x,y: cmp(x['keyname'], y['keyname']))
or something like that?
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