Sorting Table Columns

{
"userId": 1,
"id": 1,
"title": "delectus aut autem",
"completed": false
}
[ "userId", "id", "title", "completed" ]
[ empty x 2, "title", empty x 3, "id", empty x 2, "completed",empty x 78, "userId" ]
[ "title", "id", "completed", "userId" ]
const HeaderOrder = 
HandlingHeaders(Header.order ? Header.order : 99);
TableHeaders[HeaderOrder] = Key;
[ empty x 2, "userId", .....]
[ empty x 2, "userId", "title", ......]
const HeaderOrder = 
HandlingHeaders(Header.order ? Header.order : 99);

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