Chris Frey wrote:
> 1, // This number is used to make a SSQLS less-than-comparable.
> // If this number is n then if the first n elements are the
> // same the two SSQLS are the same.
> // In this case if two two stock's "item" are the same then
> // the two stock are the same.
> 5, // This number should generally be the same as the number of
> // elements in the list unless you have a good reason not to.
I've clarified this language, including a real explanation for the
Stealing this language when I make the next release would be a good
thing for the documentation team (still alive out there?) to do.