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Eric Hodel:

> You may want to define #eql? in terms of #to_a as well...

Thanks, but (considering Mauricio Fernandez=E2=80=99s fix) what would be the
benefit of defining #eql? in terms of Set#sort instead of Set#=3D=3D?

Te docs say on Set#=3D=3D, =E2=80=98Returns true if two sets are equal. The=
 equality
of each couple of elements is defined according to Object#eql?.=E2=80=99

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Eric Hodel:

> You may want to define #eql? in terms of #to_a as well...

Thanks, but (considering Mauricio Fernandez°«s fix) what would be the
benefit of defining #eql? in terms of Set#sort instead of Set#==?

Te docs say on Set#==, °∆Returns true if two sets are equal. Theequality
of each couple of elements is defined according to Object#eql?.°«

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