The `(rnrs sorting (6))`

library provides procedures for sorting
lists and vectors.

- Scheme Procedure:
**list-sort**`proc list`¶ - Scheme Procedure:
**vector-sort**`proc vector`¶ These procedures return their input sorted in ascending order, without modifying the original data.

`proc`must be a procedure that takes two elements from the input list or vector as arguments, and returns a true value if the first is “less” than the second,`#f`

otherwise.`list-sort`

returns a list;`vector-sort`

returns a vector.Both

`list-sort`

and`vector-sort`

are implemented in terms of the`stable-sort`

procedure from Guile’s core library. See Sorting, for a discussion of the behavior of that procedure.

- Scheme Procedure:
**vector-sort!**`proc vector`¶ Performs a destructive, “in-place” sort of

`vector`, using`proc`as described above to determine an ascending ordering of elements.`vector-sort!`

returns an unspecified value.This procedure is implemented in terms of the

`sort!`

procedure from Guile’s core library. See Sorting, for more information.