The Overloaded < Operator
Thu Apr 15 2021 16:53:13 GMT+0000 (UTC)
When using the overloaded < operator this means it compares the two words. It will check each letter until it sees a different letter in the word and if it does it will compare the that is different with the letter at the same position. If both words are the same it returns false / 0. Remember: A blank compared with a letter, the blank always comes first.