Method # 1: Using
sort () + comparator
This problem can be solved using the sort function provided by Python. We can create our own comparator to do the mixed sorting task.
Output: b> < / p>
The original list: [4, `gfg`, 2,` best`, `is`, 3] List after mixed sorting: [2, 3, 4,` best`, `gfg`,` is`]
Method # 2: Using
sorted () + key + lambda + isdigit ()
A combination of the above functionality can also be used to achieve a solution to this problem. In this, we are simply sorting the list using sorted () using key functions, using a lambda function to separate the digits using isdigit ().
The original list: [`4`,` gfg`, `2`,` best`, `is`,` 3`] List after mixed sorting: [`2`,` 3`, `4`,` best`, `gfg`,` is`]
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