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Seeing "bob10.txt" appear before "bob010.txt" looks confusing to me. While the digits both "collapse" down to "10", I'd expect the one with the leading 0 to appear before the one without. That is what Explorer does. It looks to me like the choice was made based on the length of the string (longer should appear after, so long as the "value" of the numbers are equivalent - is that correct?)
Not criticizing, just point out how it's different than what I'd expect.
Though I don't expect to be sorting file names with and without leading ZEROs together.
I also tried sorting strings with leading SPACEs -- as if they had leading ZEROs -- but it lead to inconsistencies when mixed within the sample set.
The expectation is that a typical set of strings would be consistent.
I've been practicing for the AZ-203 exam and I've decided to just take a shot.
I've watched some videos on a Udemy course (formerly 70-532, which I have) and since there aren't any official learning resources I guess this is as good as it gets.
Initially, I wanted to go for AZ-202, but even though it's still on the Microsoft website I've heard it's retired since AZ-200 and AZ-201 are retired (after like two months) and it's just one exam again anyway.
So I go to the Microsoft website, plan the AZ-203 exam, check my account information, and click the "Go to Pearson VUE" button... AND NOTHING HAPPENS!
I check the console and there's a bug in the button click event handler
I tried registering directly at Pearson VUE, but they redirect me to the Microsoft site again.
You don't need clear certifications and learning resources if no one can register for the exam