Is there a way to alter how `arrange`

sorts strings? I ran into a discrepancy between `arrange`

and `sort`

, illustrated by the following example.

```
# Demonstrate sorting discrepancy between `arrange` and `sort`.
# Create sample data.
df <- data.frame(Label = c("bama", "mama", "1000x", "BAnn", "10:00x"), Index = 1:5)
# Sort the rows into ascending label order using `dplyr::arrange`.
df |> dplyr::arrange(Label) |> print()
#> Label Index
#> 1 1000x 3
#> 2 10:00x 5
#> 3 BAnn 4
#> 4 bama 1
#> 5 mama 2
```

```
# Order: 1000x, 10:00x, BAnn, bama, mama.
# Sort the rows into ascending label order using `sort`.
df[sort(df$Label, index.return = TRUE)$ix, ] |> print()
#> Label Index
#> 5 10:00x 5
#> 3 1000x 3
#> 1 bama 1
#> 4 BAnn 4
#> 2 mama 2
```

```
# Order: 10:00x, 1000x, bama, BAnn, mama.
```

^{Created on 2024-06-26 with reprex v2.1.0}

The context of the original problem involves reading data from a spreadsheet and presenting results in the same order as the spreadsheet rows. Both Google Sheets and LibreOffice Calc use the same sort order that `sort`

does, making `arrange`

the outlier. I'm asking whether there is a setting somewhere (option to `arrange`

, global setting for `dplyr`

) that would convince it to use the same sorting rules used by `sort`

.