“**Sort Out The Men From Boys **” is a coding puzzle that people can be attempted in the following languages: cpp, javascript, ruby, crystal, python, haskell, c, java, php, dart, julia, typescript, coffeescript, reason, elixir, racket, clojure, csharp, prolog, and cfml.
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Description
Scenario
Now that the competition gets tough it will Sort out the men from the boys .
Men are the Even numbers and Boys are the odd
Task
Given an array/list [] of n integers , Separate The even numbers from the odds , or Separate the men from the boys
Notes

Return an array/list where Even numbers come first then odds

Since , Men are stronger than Boys , Then Even numbers in ascending order While odds in descending .

Array/list size is at least 4 .

Array/list numbers could be a mixture of positives , negatives .

Have no fear , It is guaranteed that no Zeroes will exists .

Repetition of numbers in the array/list could occur , So (duplications are not included when separating).
Input >> Output Examples:
menFromBoys ({7, 3 , 14 , 17}) ==> return ({14, 17, 7, 3})
Explanation:
Since , { 14 }
is the even number here , So it came first , then the odds in descending order {17 , 7 , 3}
.
menFromBoys ({94, 99 , 100 , 99 , 96 , 99 }) ==> return ({100 , 96 , 94 , 99})
Explanation:

Since ,
{ 100, 96 , 94 }
is the even numbers here , So it came first in *ascending order *, then the odds in descending order{ 99 }

Since , (Duplications are not included when separating) , then you can see only one (99) was appeared in the final array/list .
menFromBoys ({49 , 818 , 282 , 900 , 928 , 281 , 282 , 1 }) ==> return ({282 , 818 , 900 , 928 , 281 , 49 , 1})
Explanation:

Since ,
{282 , 818 , 900 , 928 }
is the even numbers here , So it came first in ascending order , then the odds in descending order{ 281 , 49 , 1 }

Since , (Duplications are not included when separating) , then you can see only one (282) was appeared in the final array/list .
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