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# lexico_le(+List1, +List2)

List1 is lexicographically less or equal to List2
*List1*
- List of integers or domain variables
*List2*
- List of integers or domain variables

## Description

Imposes a lexicographic ordering between the two lists.
I.e. either is the first element of List1 strictly smaller
than the first element of List2, or the first elements are
equal and the lexicographic order holds between the two list
tails.
## Examples

L=[X, Y, Z], L :: 0..9, lexico_le(L, [2, 3, 1]). % X::0..2
L=[X, Y, Z], L :: 0..9, lexico_le(L, [2, 3, 1]), X=2. % Y::0..3
L=[X, Y, Z], L :: 0..9, lexico_le(L, [2, 3, 1]), X#>2. % fail
L=[X, Y, Z], L :: 0..9, lexico_le(L, [2, 3, 1]), X#<2. % true
L=[X, Y, Z], L :: 0..9, lexico_le(L, [2, 3, 1]), Y=3. % X::0..2
L=[X, Y, Z], L :: 0..9, lexico_le(L, [2, 3, 1]), Y#>3. % X::0..1
L=[X, Y, Z], L :: 0..9, lexico_le(L, [2, 3, 1]), Y#<3. % X::0..2
lexico_le([2, 3, 1], [3]). % true

## See Also

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