1 | initial version |

You could try using `cartesian_product`

:

```
for a, b, c in cartesian_product([srange(1,100), srange(1,100), srange(1,100)]):
if a<b and b<c:
do something
```

But I'm worried about computational cost...

2 | No.2 Revision |

You could try using `cartesian_product`

:

```
for a, b, c in cartesian_product([srange(1,100), srange(1,100), srange(1,100)]):
if
```~~a<b and b<c:
~~a<b<c:
do something

But I'm worried about computational ~~cost... ~~cost...

3 | No.3 Revision |

You could try using `cartesian_product`

:

```
for a, b, c in cartesian_product([srange(1,100), srange(1,100), srange(1,100)]):
if
```~~a<b<c:
~~a<=b<=c:
do something

But I'm worried about computational cost...

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