The values could be anywhere in the range say 1-2000.
If the variable values are in order (depending on which are enabled) then they are not interesting. In order is as mentioned in first post so (var1 >= var2) and (var2 >= var3) etc.
So if any of the lower ones are enabled they should always be a higher number than the higher ones.
Sometimes they get completely out of order and it would be useful to know those orders without having to check manually but I think that is too complicated. Simply knowing when they are not in the primary order would be a start.
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