Sorting in a sentence as a noun

And maybe exact scores aren't what we need, but just sorting the comments isn't enough.

Most of his work on the kernel is sorting out arguments, and making sure things go to the right person.

This was not an easy task and even today the courts are sorting through the frictions occurring at the edges.

Complexity, Big O notation, sorting and searching are introduced in the first two or three weeks.

Frankly, sorting my past transactions just isn't a problem I desperately need to have solved.

If we don't think the voting system is valuable for viewable scores, why is it valuable for sorting the threads?

Passing the sorting comparator is the primary use of first-class functions.

But again, the sorting happened in the kernel when they got inserted into the runq in priority order.

Now how do I convince this query-generation framework to spit that out so that I don't have to pull back all the results and do the sorting in memory?

But if it turned out that that's what voting was for, then this could break voting, which would in turn break the sorting of comments, which would be a problem now that there are so many.

One of the employees that was fired was primarily responsible for sorting emails that arrive in a centralized inbox, allocating them equally to staff.

Go talk to a lawyer as soon as possible, you have a lot of issues that need sorting and a good lawyer is absolutely necessary to get through those issues, and they'll help to put you on the right footing to deal with paypal.

And other times companies are still sorting out what skill sets their companies actually need in the same person.-------------------Is there anything we can do, as a community, to bring some clarity and definition to "desingineering" - so kids coming out of school don't have to go through what I have gone through?

Sorting definitions


an operation that segregates items into groups according to a specified criterion; "the bottleneck in mail delivery is the process of sorting"

See also: sort


the basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories

See also: classification categorization categorisation


grouping by class or kind or size