Arranging names in alphabetical order is a complex topic which depends greatly upon the local rules of what "alphabetical order" mean. For example, in Canadian English, "Judith Amulen" is alphabetically after "Judith de Adele" which in turn is alphabetically after "Judith von Abless" because the prepositions "de" and "von" are not considered to be part of the sorting order.
Where does "ll" sort in Spanish? Where does the German "fat-s" sort? å sorts between z and the next letter in Swedish but sorts last in Norwegian. How do you sort Chinese alphabetically ?