# I am greater than you!

## Python 2, ~~85~~ ~~80~~ ~~77~~ ~~72~~ 70 bytes

```
lambda l:''.join(sorted(map(str,l),key=lambda i:i+i[-1]*max(l))[::-1])
```

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Sorts the numbers lexicographically, but each number is padded with its last digit.

This means that 'shorter' numbers (string-wise) can be larger than 'longer' numbers:

Example:

Input: `[76, 7]`

Each number gets padded with its last digit: `['76666..','7777..']`

Sorted (descending): `['7777..',76666..']`

, which gives `[7, 76]`

Joining the result gives: `776`

## 05AB1E, 3 bytes

```
œJà
```

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## Jelly, 4 bytes

```
Œ!VṀ
```

### Explanation

```
Input: list [1, 4, 5, 21, 4]
Œ! Generate all permutations of input list
V Eval those lists as Jelly code: every sublist is joined and interpreted as int
Ṁ Pick the highest
```

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