Any built-in ishashable method ?

Jean-Michel Pichavant jeanmichel at sequans.com
Fri Jan 18 15:09:52 CET 2013


> The flaw would be key1 == key2 and hash(key1) != hash(key2). Then the
> set/dict could store equal items multiple times in different places
> (unless it did a linear search of all members, which would make
> hashing
> pointless!).
> 
> --
> Terry Jan Reedy

My understanding of a hash function was wrong in the first place.
Thank to this thread, I think I got it right now.

Thanks to all who have contributed, (and those who haven't, yes, I'm in a good mood now).

JM


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