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The object is required to support the iterator protocol described below.

If a container supports different types of iteration, additional methods can be provided to specifically request iterators for those iteration types.

Once an iterator’s Sequences of the same type also support comparisons.

Case is not significant, and there must be at least one hexadecimal digit in either the integer or the fraction.

This syntax is similar to the syntax specified in section of the C99 standard, and also to the syntax used in Java 1.5 onwards.

The priorities of the binary bitwise operations are all lower than the numeric operations and higher than the comparisons; the unary operation string usually involves a small rounding error.

In contrast, hexadecimal strings allow exact representation and specification of floating-point numbers.

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The principal built-in types are numerics, sequences, mappings, classes, instances and exceptions. The methods that add, subtract, or rearrange their members in place, and don’t return a specific item, never return the collection instance itself but Objects of different types, except different numeric types, never compare equal.

Furthermore, some types (for example, function objects) support only a degenerate notion of comparison where any two objects of that type are unequal.

This method modifies the sequence in place for economy of space when sorting a large sequence.

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