A similar question regarding integer numbers was asked and answered here. However, since all the solutions there rely on generating the full set of numbers in the process of grouping them, which is not feasible in the case of floating point numbers, I’m asking the below question.

Consider a list of measurements `{x,y}`

of some sorts, where `x`

is a positive, monotonously increasing floating point number, for example:

```
list = {{1.1,2},{2.3,4},{4.5,5},{6.2,7},{8.3,8},{9.5,8}};
```

we also have a list of boundaries in `x`

-space between which we would like to group the readings in `list`

```
boundaries = {1,5,7,10};
```

This particular list of `boundaries`

tells us that we would like to group measurements in `list`

for `x`

-values between `1`

and `5`

, between `5`

and `7`

, and between `7`

and `10`

. I would like to have a function `group`

that does this:

```
group[list,boundaries]
```

{ {{1.1,2},{2.3,4},{4.5,5}} , {{6.2,7}} , {{8.3,8},{9.5,8}} }

Does Mathematica have such a function `group`

, or maybe one can implement it efficiently?

Of course, I could hack together a super ugly loop that would iterate through each element and append elements appropriately — however, I’m wondering if there is a better, more efficient solution one could achieve through smarter Mathematica functions?