|Description:||Determines whether a string is lexically less than another string, based on the ASCII collating sequence, even if the processor's default collating sequence is different. In Compaq Fortran, LLT is equivalent to the < operator.|
|Class:||Elemental function; Generic|
|Arguments:||STRING_A||Must be of type character.|
|STRING_B||Must be of type character.|
result is of type default logical. If the strings are of unequal
length, the comparison is made as if the shorter string were
extended on the right with blanks, to the length of the longer
The result is true if STRING_A precedes STRING_B in the ASCII collating sequence; otherwise, the result is false. If both strings are of zero length, the result is also false.
|Specific Name||Argument Type||Result Type|
|1 This specific function cannot be passed as an actual argument.|
LLT ( 'ONE', 'SIX' ) has the value true.
LLT ( 'ONE', 'FOUR' ) has the value false.