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Date 2012-01-04.15:08:36
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On Jan 04, 2012, at 06:00 AM, Paul McMillan wrote:

>Developers would be startled to find that ordering stays consistent on a 64
>bit build but varies on 32 bit builds.

Well, one positive outcome of this issue is that users will finally viscerally
understand that dictionary (and set) order should never be relied upon, even
between successive runs of the same Python executable.
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