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lexicographic matrix rows sorting
[N, [k]]=lex_sort(M [,sel] [,'unique'])
column vector of integers
lex_sort function is now obsolete. It can be
replaced by functions gsort and unique.
N=lex_sort(M) sorts the rows (as a group) of the
M in ascending order. If required the output
k contains the ordering:
k such as
N is uequal to
N=lex_sort(M,sel [,'unique']) produces the same
result as the following sequence of instructions:
[N,k]=lex_sort(M(:,sel) [,'unique']); N=M(k,:)
'unique' flag has to be given if one wants to
retain only unique rows in the result. Note that
lex_sort(M,sel,'unique') retains only rows such that
M(:,sel) are unique.
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