# Give the order of each list element by expression

### Description

Give the order of each list element by expression

### Usage

1 | ```
list.order(.data, ..., keep.names = FALSE, na.last = TRUE)
``` |

### Arguments

`.data` |
A |

`...` |
A group of lambda expressions |

`keep.names` |
Whether to keep the names of |

`na.last` |
The way to deal with |

### Value

an `integer`

vector.

### See Also

`list.sort`

### Examples

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
x <- list(p1 = list(type='A',score=list(c1=10,c2=8)),
p2 = list(type='B',score=list(c1=9,c2=9)),
p3 = list(type='B',score=list(c1=9,c2=7)))
list.order(x, type, (score$c2)) # order by type (ascending) and score$c2 (descending)
list.order(x, min(score$c1,score$c2))
list.order(x, min(score$c1,score$c2), keep.names=TRUE)
``` |