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reverse-sort-buffer

Reverse sort the current buffer.

This command asks for the name of a buffer and fills it with a copy of the current buffer reverse sorted by lines. If you specify a numeric argument of n, the command will ignore the first n columns on each line when comparing lines. You can press Alt-g at the prompt to insert the current buffer's name, to make it easier to sort the current buffer in place.

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