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Thanks for the quick reply.
This file is created by a java program using the snakeyaml library.
I will ask them to change the set to a hash where the values are 1.
The order doesn't matter, but the elements are also simple values... why not make it an array?
If you're making it a hash, then your values are used as the keys of the hash and you have to make up and store dummy values to complete the hash structure. That's confusing and inefficient.
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