Why do :
$ echo -e 'Q\ns\nV' | sort
Q s V
without changing the order of my list (taking in account the lower/uppercase ?)
In most languages,
Sorting depends on localisation settings (
You could use:
If you want to sort in the order of your own language, but having uppercase letters before lowercase ones, you could do:
That would cause lower-case letters to be sorted after every other character.
That would only work in locales where collating elements are single characters only.
The POSIX or C locale will make