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Author pablogsal
Recipients adelfino, barry, eli.bendersky, ethan.furman, pablogsal
Date 2018-06-14.20:51:00
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Well, technically a function can say that it returns a dictionary and this dictionary will be ordered in 3.6> but is not important for the function return value. If a function says that it returns a "ordered dictionary" I now (1) that the order is important in the return value, (2) that it can be a regular dict or an OrderDict depending on the python version. The important thing here is that it preserves insertion order.
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