How is Python's glob.glob ordered?
Order is arbitrary, but you can sort them yourself
If you want sorted by name:
sorted by modification time:
import ossorted(glob.glob('*.png'), key=os.path.getmtime)
sorted by size:
import ossorted(glob.glob('*.png'), key=os.path.getsize)
It is probably not sorted at all and uses the order at which entries appear in the filesystem, i.e. the one you get when using
ls -U. (At least on my machine this produces the same order as listing
By checking the source code of
glob.glob you see that it internally calls
os.listdir, described here:
Key sentence: os.listdir(path)Return a list containing the names of the entries in the directory given by path. The list is in arbitrary order. It does not include the special entries '.' and '..' even if they are present in the directory.
Arbitrary order. :)