Dear all,

I have many arrays like

a=[{'a',10,'b',3},{'a',10,'b',4},{'a',5,'b',13},{'a', 13,'b',13},

{'a',10,'b',7},{'a',5,'b',3}]

which I'd like to sort such that I get the hashes with the highest

values of 'a' first. If there are ties, I'd like to sort them (but not

the entire array) such

that the highest values of 'b' come first.

So I can't just sort for 'a'-values first and then for 'b'-values,

as this would destroy the first sort order.

Is there a built-in way of getting the ties in sorting, such as an

Array of the results of the <=> comparisons ?

Thank you!

Best regards,

Axel

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