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Notes

[1] Strictly speaking, the first version of unique_copy is redundant: you can achieve the same functionality by using an object of class equal_to as the Binary Predicate argument. The first version is provided strictly for the sake of convenience: testing for equality is an important special case.

[2] BinaryPredicate is not required to be an equivalence relation. You should be cautious, though, about using unique_copy with a Binary Predicate that is not an equivalence relation: you could easily get unexpected results.


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