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Consider sorting a list of objects that have a stringification overload and two of those objects stringify to the same string. With the ST, everything just works. With the hash method, the two objects collapse to the same hash entry.

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In reply to Re: Schwartzian Transform vs. Building Hash of Function Results, Then Sorting on Function Results by merlyn
in thread Schwartzian Transform by merlyn

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