Assume we want to order by the prices (i.e.
1.89, 1.79, 2.14 becomes
1.79, 1.89, 2.14).
We can use a C# snippet that orders the list by a custom value, and we use regex to parse the number from the string.
We then cast it to double (with invariant culture so that both
. are accepted as decimal separators) and it will automatically compare the numbers.
BLOCK:ConstantList value = ["NV 1024 1.89", "NV 1033 1.79", "NV 1233 2.14"] => VAR @list ENDBLOCK var sorted = list.OrderBy(s => double.Parse( System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex.Match(s, @"\d+\.\d+").Value, System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture) ).ToList();
sorted variable will have a sorted list of strings.