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Least to greatest

Hey, I am trying to make a program that you enter a bunch of numbers and it then returns all the numbers but in order least to greatest.
I haven't gotten anywhere but I was wondering how would you define the numbers least to greatest? 
numbers = (55, 55, 5, 5, 0.005, 0.005, 0) print(sorted(numbers))

When I try this
print(sorted(input()))
It gives me this, input is 5, 6,7,4
[' ', ' ', ' ', ',', ',', ',', '4', '5', '6', '7']

input()
returns astr
which is iterable.
sorted
takes an iterable, and returns a sorted list.So,
sorted('bca')
returns a list of the sorted characters,['a', 'b', 'c']
.If you want to interpret the input as a list of some kind, you need to
split
it, perhaps using spaces or commas, depending on what you want your input format to be. i.esorted(input().split(','))
. of course, if you want to sort NUMBERS, you need to convert to a number before sorting, otheriwse 11 comes before 2.sorted([int(x) for x in input().split(',')])
or maybe more robust
sorted(ast.literal_eval(input()))
which safely evaluates the input as a python expression, so a comma separated sequence becomes a tuple that can then be sorted.

Thanks @JonB, this helped a lot!

print(sorted(input().replace(',', ' ').split()))

ccc, try typing
1, 2, 3, 20, 111
and you will see the issue. your code (and my first similar attempt) sorts strings, not numbers. hence the literal_eval. int(split...) would also work, assuming the numbers are ints only, otherwise float(split...) would work similarly.