Schedule patterns are displayed in ascending order of pattern code (small to large).
As a general rule, smaller numbers are displayed higher and bigger numbers are displayed lower.
In the case of numbers, the smaller the number, the higher it will be displayed. If it is "100" and "200"
It will be in the display order. Then, what happens with "001" and "0001"?
It will be in the display order. This is to judge the size of each character from the beginning.
Ascending order is also applied in the alphabet, and the order is from A to Z.
For "apple" and "banana",
It will be in the display order. Also in the alphabet, one character from the beginning
In case of "aab" and "aaab", ascending order is determined.
It will be in the display order. Note that numbers have higher priority than alphabets. Therefore, in the case of "001" "apple"
It will be in the display order.
If the pattern code is not registered, the first character of the pattern name is used to determine the ascending order. For alphanumeric characters, refer to the explanation above, but for kanji, etc., the order is JIS code.
The registered pattern code has higher priority than the unregistered one. Therefore, the pattern code not registered is always placed on the lower side.
Depending on the timing of application, it may be displayed in order of schedule type.
Display priority in order of schedule type
With code "Normal> Discretionary> All-day vacation"> Without code "Normal> Discretionary> All-day vacation"
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