I'm trying to sort a text file linewise by their Unicode values. As far as I can tell, this means numerals first, then letters, then CJK-Ideographs. However,
LC_ALL=C) fails horribly at this task. Here is an excerpt from my list:
[#ゆうかりんちゃんねる] [チ→ム♂ツナギ] [ぞめ] ... [サディスティックブラウニー] [ほねとかわとがはなれるおと] [10th Avenue Cafe] [2nd Flush] ... [Alstroemeria Records & Cradle] [ALTERNATIVE] [アルトノイラント - Altneuland] [Amateras Records] [セブンスヘブンAmmy's] [anagram] [Analyze] ... [Z.S.G TRAXXX] [α music] [Яiselied] [一人華飯スペシャル] [七瀬屋]
It seems like
sort ignores (at least sometimes) the characters it can't read, because
Altneuland would indeed be between
Amateras Records. Someone suggested using
msort, but it failed as well (with options
-u d, and
-u n, respectively).
First, why is it acting so unexpected? Second, how can I fix this?
Add:// I'm using Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi (B)