|Syntax||(ls a [b ... bn]) -> True if a < b < bn|
|Argument List||a: The first expression you want to compare.
[b ... bn]: The next expressions you want to compare.
|Returns||boolean: The expressions are compared left to right. If there is any case where the left value is "greater" than or equal to the right value, `ls' will return Nil. Else it returns True.|
|Description||kA comparison function that returns True if the left hand side is less than the right hand side. The same as < in math.
Integers are compared by value, so (ls 1 2) -> True, but (ls 1 1) -> Nil
Strings are compared by alphabetical position, so (ls "a" "b") -> True, but (ls "a" "A") -> Nil
Lists are compared by length, so (ls '(2) '(1 1)) -> True, but (ls '(1) '(2)) -> Nil
(ls 7 3)Returns Nil.
(ls "Betel" "Betelgeuse")Returns True.
(ls '(a a b) '(c d e))Returns True.
(ls "B" "b")
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