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Notes

[1] If all of the elements in [first, last) are distinct from each other, then there are exactly N! permutations. If some elements are the same as each other, though, then there are fewer. There are, for example, only three (3!/2!) permutations of the elements 1 1 2.

[2] Note that the lexicographically smallest permutation is, by definition, sorted in nondecreasing order.


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