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SortedContainers is an Apache2 licensed containers library, written in pure-Python, and fast as C-extensions. Python's standard library is great until you need a sorted container type. Many will attest that you can get really far without one, but the moment you **really need** a sorted list, dict, or set, you're faced with a dozen different implementations, most using C-extensions without great documentation and benchmarking. SortedContainers takes all of the work out of Python sorted types - making your deployment and use of Python easy. There's no need to install a C compiler or pre-build and distribute custom extensions. Performance is a feature and testing has 100% coverage with unit tests and hours of stress.
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