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Author abcdef
Recipients abcdef, docs@python, eric.smith, scooter4j
Date 2017-11-26.17:51:24
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>  Perhaps heappop could say that the heap invariant is maintained if the heap is properly sorted before the heappop invocation.

Honestly I like this wording less. "Properly sorted" would suggest sorted in the sense of heap.sort() [as the docs refer to this earlier], but the array doesn't have to be sorted; it's enough if it's a heap. The function always maintains the invariant - this means that if the invariant is true as a precondition, it will be true as a postcondition. Maybe you have a different idea?
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