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Definitions

Consider the relation !(x < y) && !(y < x). If this relation is transitive (that is, if !(x < y) && !(y < x) && !(y < z) && !(z < y) implies !(x < z) && !(z < x)), then it satisfies the mathematical definition of an equivalence relation. In this case, operator< is a strict weak ordering.

If operator< is a strict weak ordering, and if each equivalence class has only a single element, then operator< is a total ordering.


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