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Library Dired Sort Menu (dired-sort-menu.el) lets you do what you ask. From the menu, choose Dirs First, and choose any of these menu items at the same time (Dirs First is a toggle option): Name Time Modified Size Extension Unsorted Time Created See the screenshot at Dired Sort Menu. (If you don't want to use a menu you can use its code to create ...


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No, you cannot change the order of the keys in a hash table. As @xuchunyang's comment points out, hash tables do not have an order in the way you're thinking about them. From the elisp manual node on hash tables: The correspondences in a hash table are in no particular order. You may wish to order the keys in some form (say, for the purposes of ...


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