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Author tim.peters
Recipients eric.smith, jdemeyer, mark.dickinson, rhettinger, sir-sigurd, tim.peters
Date 2018-09-24.00:41:18
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[Raymond, on boosting the multiplier on 64-bit boxes]
> Yes, that would be perfectly reasonable (though to some
> extent the objects in the tuple also share some of the
> responsibility for getting all bits into play).

It's of value independent of that.  Tuples of ints used as keys and set elements are very important, and I doubt we'll ever give up on that `hash(i) == i` for the typically "not huge" ints used in such contexts.  Jeroen gave a reasonable example of how boosting the multiplier can help in a case of that above:
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