What is meant by lexical order?
Lexical order order means that the words are arranged in a similar fashion as they are presumed to appear in a dictionary. For eg: The words d1d2.....dk will be appearing before the words f1f2....fk in the dictionary.
Follwoing are the rules to be kept in mind
1. To ensure they are the same length, the shorter sequence is usually padded at the end with enough "blanks" (a special symbol that is treated as coming before any other symbol). This also allows ordering of phrases. For the purpose of dictionaries, etc., padding with blank spaces is always done
2 .There is no number in between the words.
For eg: ads1dfg can not be compared with adsdfg.
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