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       natsort - Natural sorting for shell


       usage: natsort [-h] [--version] [-p] [-f LOW HIGH] [-F LOW HIGH] [-e EXCLUDE]

              [-r]  [-t  {int,float,real,f,i,r}] [--nosign] [-s] [--noexp] [-l] [entries [entries

       Performs a natural sort on entries given on the command-line.

       Arguments are read from sys.argv.

   positional arguments:
              The entries to sort. Taken from stdin if nothing is given on the command line.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

              show program's version number and exit

       -p, --paths
              Interpret the input as file paths. This is not strictly necessary to sort all  file
              paths,  but  in  cases  where  there are OS-generated file paths like "Folder/" and
              "Folder (1)/", this option is needed to make the paths  sorted  in  the  order  you
              expect ("Folder/" before "Folder (1)/").

       -f LOW HIGH, --filter LOW HIGH
              Used for keeping only the entries that have a number falling in the given range.

       -F LOW HIGH, --reverse-filter LOW HIGH
              Used for excluding the entries that have a number falling in the given range.

       -e EXCLUDE, --exclude EXCLUDE
              Used to exclude an entry that contains a specific number.

       -r, --reverse
              Returns in reversed order.

       -t    {int,float,real,f,i,r},    --number-type    {int,float,real,f,i,r},    --number_type
              Choose the type of number to search for. "float"  will  search  for  floating-point
              numbers. "int" will only search for integers. "real" is a shortcut for "float" with
              --sign. "i" is a synonym for "int", "f" is a synonym for  "float",  and  "r"  is  a
              synonym for "real".The default is int.

              Do  not  consider  "+"  or  "-"  as  part  of a number, i.e.  do not take sign into
              consideration. This is the default.

       -s, --sign
              Consider "+" or "-" as part of a number, i.e. take  sign  into  consideration.  The
              default is unsigned.

              Do  not  consider an exponential as part of a number, i.e. 1e4, would be considered
              as 1, "e", and 4, not as 10000. This only effects the --number-type=float.

       -l, --locale
              Causes natsort to use locale-aware sorting. You will get the best  results  if  you
              install PyICU.


       The  full  documentation  for  natsort is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       natsort programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info natsort

       should give you access to the complete manual.