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> Beyond cycle counting, I see op< as more primitive than op<=: one > establishes order, while the other allows for equivalence. I would > prefer a SORT which lets me use the most primitive predicate possible. > On many platforms it won't matter; but on some, it may. I see what you mean, I guess, but I don't see why this "primitiveness" is a good thing. Does it make sense to sort sets that are not partially ordered? David