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Author rhettinger
Recipients David Seddon, abarry, ncoghlan, rhettinger
Date 2015-11-28.08:13:14
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The docs are correct but are apparently misleading ("rich comparison methods" means all six comparison methods while "rich comparison ordering methods" means only the four that provide order).  That said, I think it would be perfectly reasonable to amend the code to supply __ne__ if it is missing.  That would be reduce the likelihood of bugs arising when supplied only __eq__ and one of the four ordering methods but not __ne__.
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