Approach 1: Combine the multiple sort operations by OR operator and comparing the strings. For comparing the string, we will use the localeCompare() method.
Example: This example implements the above approach. First sorting on four columns and then on the two columns.
Approach 2: If we sorting the elements on numbers then use the Comparison operators to compare the values. The idea is to first perform the operation on a single column and if the values are similar then move to the next column and do the same.
Example: This example implements the above approach.
First sorting on three columns and then on one column.
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