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Author stutzbach
Recipients stutzbach
Date 2010-05-17.19:01:17
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I should add:

I discovered the inconsistency while working on my sortedset class, which provides the same interface as set() but is also indexable like a list (e.g., S[0] always returns the minimum element, S[-1] returns the maximum element, etc.).

sortedset derives from collections.MutableSet, but it's challenging to precisely emulate set() when collections.MutableSet and set() don't work the same way. ;-)
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