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Neither your sample nor your description make it clear how you want the data sorted. However the following may help you sort out whatever it it you want to do:

use strict; use warnings; my @array = map {$_->[0]} sort {$b->[5] <=> $a->[5] || $b->[3] <=> $a->[3]} map {[$_, /(\d+),(\D+)(\d+)(\D+)(\d+)/]} map {chomp; s/'//g; $_} <DATA>; print join "\n", @array; __DATA__ 31 '0,wupra00a0535' 147 '0,wuprm00a0539' 148 '0,wuprm00a0539' 149 '28,wppra02a0015' 150 '24,wppra01a0016' 151 '0,wupra00a0532' 152 '15,wppra01a0015'


147 0,wuprm00a0539 148 0,wuprm00a0539 31 0,wupra00a0535 151 0,wupra00a0532 150 24,wppra01a0016 149 28,wppra02a0015 152 15,wppra01a0015
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In reply to Re: schwartzian transform by GrandFather
in thread schwartzian transform by fionbarr

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