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Here is a list of words Jacob is trying to sort:>>> words = "It's almost Holidays and PyBites wishes You a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2019".split() >>> sorted(words) ['2019', 'Christmas', 'Happy', 'Holidays', "It's", 'Merry', 'PyBites', 'You', 'a', 'a', 'almost', 'and', 'and', 'wishes']
Hmm ... that year goes first. He actually wants words starting with a digit (first character) to go last!
Could you complete the function below to do this for him? So the result would be:['a', 'a', 'almost', 'and', 'and', 'Christmas', 'Happy', 'Holidays', "It's", 'Merry', 'PyBites', 'wishes', 'You', '2019']
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