The hidden Sort field is the easiest. You can have the column visible while developing to debug. This code would not work to put 100A after 100, but will work with your example of A100.
IF Numeric(Q:Code) THEN
For the best examples of Queue sorting search Clarion Live for Simon Kemp and you’ll find:
#348 Simon Kemp On Queue Functional Sorting
FEB 19,2016 Simon Kemp
This week, it’s Functional Queue Sorting with Simon Kemp! What is Functional Queue Sorting? I have no idea! But I’m looking forward to finding out!!!
#350 Simon Kemp On Queue Functional Sorting Part2
MAR 04,2016 Simon Kemp
Get the code here --> (not specified) This week, it’s Functional Queue Sorting Part 2 with Simon Kemp! Two weeks ago, Simon started showing us about Functional Queue Sorting, but he had so much to show he couldn’t fit it into one webinar! Join him for Part 2 and learn even more amazing things about queue sorting!
Simon’s website changed from SdkSoftwaresolutions.com to http://sdksoftware.uk/ and has the download SdkLCS.zip used in the webinar. I had it and attached it here. Its very very useful, probably showing every possible Queue Sort function.
ClarionLive348_sdklcs_CLiveQueueSorting.zip (108.6 KB)