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#195 in Data structures
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Comparable are Rust traits for key comparison in maps.
These may be used in the implementation of maps where the lookup type
may be different than the stored key type
Q: Equivalent<K>checks for equality, similar to the
K: Borrow<Q>, Q: Eq.
Q: Comparable<K>checks the ordering, similar to the
K: Borrow<Q>, Q: Ord.
These traits are not used by the maps in the standard library, but they may
add more flexibility in third-party map implementations, especially in
situations where a strict
K: Borrow<Q> relationship is not available.
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