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36. implement LargerThan<A, B>

Here is one possible solution:

`type LargerThan<A extends number, B extends number> = A extends B ? false : ( B extends A ? true : LargerThan<A extends 0 ? 0 : A-1, B extends 0 ? 0 : B-1>);`

Explanation:

- The type
`LargerThan<A, B>`

compares two non-negative integers`A`

and`B`

. - If
`A`

is equal to`B`

, then the result is`false`

. - If
`B`

is smaller than`A`

, then the result is`true`

. - Otherwise, we recursively call
`LargerThan`

with`A-1`

and`B-1`

.

Note:

- We need to handle the special case when
`A`

or`B`

is zero, because TypeScript does not support negative numeric types. - This solution uses recursion, which may not be the most efficient way to solve the problem. However, for small values of
`A`

and`B`

, it should work fine.