I know there exists the sort() function.
What I want to know is how it was built.
Is there a function in python to call the contents of a function
Or can someone show me how that one was made.
I'm doing a test, and it wants me to sort a list (a=[5,2,3,1,4] but not use any sort function(aka build your own)
Edit: when I type sort or help(sort) or sort(), the interpreter can't find the function. Do I need to include it in some way, or download a pack?