PHP Order Array Trait: Sort arrays of indexed strings with custom sorting

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ordertrait 1.0The PHP License5.3.0PHP 5, Data types, Traits
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This package can be used to sort arrays of indexed strings with custom sorting.

It provides a trait that can be used directly to sort arrays with members that are associative arrays.

The trait takes a string parameter that defines the name of the array key that will be used to sort the elements.

It returns an array sorted based on character order. The sorting order can be changed using a string that defines the order of the characters in the sorting key element.

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Many applications need to sort information according to criteria. Often that information is stored in associative arrays.

This package provides a trait that can be used to sort any associative array.

It uses a given string for defining the sorting criteria of string values of a given key of the associative array to be sorted.

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Plain text file OrderTrait.php Class Function orderArrayPerson(arrayOrder, attributeNameOrder)

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