dictsortreversed Filter

Data Structure

Argument: key (required)

Documentation

Reverse sorts a list of dictionaries by key.

Variable

foods = [
    {'name': 'Apple', 'category': 'Fruit'},
    {'name': 'Banana', 'category': 'Fruit'},
    {'name': 'Corn', 'category': 'Vegetable'},
    {'name': 'Grape', 'category': 'Fruit'},
    {'name': 'Hamburger', 'category': 'Meat'},
    {'name': 'Pepper', 'category': 'Vegetable'},
]

Template

<ol>
  {% for food in foods|dictsortreversed:'category' %}
    <li>{{ food.name }}, {{ food.category }} </li>
  {% endfor %}
</ol>

Result

<ol>
    <li>Corn, Vegetable </li>
    <li>Pepper, Vegetable </li>
    <li>Hamburger, Meat </li>
    <li>Apple, Fruit </li>
    <li>Banana, Fruit </li>
    <li>Grape, Fruit </li>
</ol>

Notice that the list is sorted by category in reverse order.

dictsortreversed can also be used to sort lists of other sequences using the index of the item you wish to sort by as the argument.


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This page last updated on April 16, 2020, 11:37 a.m. EST