Thursday 23 November 2023

a = [1, 2, 3, 4] b = [1, 2, 5] print(a < b)

 In Python, when comparing lists using the less than (<) operator, the lexicographical (dictionary) order is considered. The comparison is performed element-wise until a difference is found. In your example:

a = [1, 2, 3, 4]

b = [1, 2, 5]

print(a < b)

The comparison starts with the first elements: 1 in a and 1 in b. Since they are equal, the comparison moves to the next elements: 2 in a and 2 in b. Again, they are equal. Finally, the comparison reaches the third elements: 3 in a and 5 in b. At this point, 3 is less than 5, so the result of the comparison is True.

Therefore, the output of the code will be: True

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