I have a question regarding sorting or ordering of enumeration values in PHP. Recently, I have been working on a project where I need to handle a list of enumeration values, but I'm not quite sure how to go about sorting or ordering them effectively.
To give you a bit of context, I'm building a web application that involves displaying a list of options to the user. These options are defined as enumeration values in the PHP code. However, for better user experience, it would be helpful if I could sort or order these values in a specific way.
For example, let's say I have an enumeration called "Colors" with values like "Red", "Green", "Blue", and "Yellow". By default, PHP assigns an integer value to each of these options, starting from 0. While this works fine internally, I would like to display them in a different order, such as alphabetical or according to a custom sorting logic.
I would greatly appreciate any guidance on how to approach this task. Are there any built-in functions or techniques in PHP that can help with sorting or ordering enumeration values? Do I need to create a separate array or data structure to handle this? Any code examples or pointers to relevant documentation would be of great help.
Thank you in advance for your assistance. I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions on this matter.