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Antoine Pitrou wrote:
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> Antoine Pitrou <pitrou@free.fr> added the comment:
> 
>> Please note, that you'd have to extend the randomization to
>> all other Python data types as well in order to reach the same level
>> of security as the collision counting approach.
> 
> You also have to extend the collision counting to sets, by the way.

Indeed, but that's easy, since the set implementation derives from
the dict implementation.
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