Lexicographical order

Lexicographic order is the way of ordering words based on the alphabetical order of their component letters. This system of organization can also be applied to numbers. In concrete terms, it means that all numbers began by 1 will always be smaller than 2. For example 1 < 2; 18 < 2; 130 < 2; 2 < 3; 330 < 4; 440< 50; 911 < 99 ...


According to the lexicographic order, 9 will always higher than any number begun by 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 or 8.  


Currently, we are using a lexicographic order in our segmentation drop-down box. This organization is only applying for targeting a specific app version, OS version, or SDK version.

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