Hi Rowan,

the explanation is simple.

> (println A) (sort A) (println A)

This is not the right way. Though 'sort' works destructively, this does
not mean that it sorts the cells in-place. It is the *return* value of
'sort' which is relevant:

   (println A)
   (println (sort A))


   (println A)
   (setq A (sort A))
   (println A)

♪♫ Alex
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