### Array Is All Larger

Write a method `arrayIsAllLarger`

that, given two `Int`

arrays, returns `true`

if all the values in the first
array are larger than or equal to all the values in the same position in the second array.
If the first array is longer than the second array, or the second array is longer than the first array, then the
extra values can be ignored.
If either array is empty, return `false`

.

For example, given `{1, 2, 4}`

and `{0, 1, 7}`

, you should return `false`

, since `7`

is greater than `4`

.
Given `{1, 2, 4}`

and `{0, 1}`

you should return `true`

, since the first two values of the first array are greater
than the first two values of the second array.
Given `{1, 2, 4}`

and `{0, 1, 3, 8}`

, you should return `true`

, since the first three values of the first array
are greater than the first three values of the second array.
Given `{1, 2}`

and `{1, 2}`

, you should return `true`

, since all values in the two arrays are equal.