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       Set::newHashSet - Create a new empty HashSet.


       HashSet<a> newHashSet( Int buckets=157, Int(a) hashfn=hash )


       buckets  The  number  of  hashing buckets to use. A larger number of buckets increases the
       speed of the dictionary (up to a limit) but uses more memory. A good choice is the nearest
       prime number to 1.5*(expected number of entries) , with the default being 157.

       hashfn  The hashing function to use. This function must take a key, and return an integer.
       A good hashing function will return different values for similar keys (but must of  course
       always  return  the  same value for the same key!). A default built-in hashing function is
       provided, though if the keys are of type String , the  Builtins.strHash  (3kaya)  function
       should  be  used  instead,  and  if the keys are of type Int you may use Builtins.identity
       (3kaya) (though an array may provide faster insertion and lookup if the keys are  positive
       and  either small or largely sequential). If the keys are an especially complex data type,
       it may again be best to write your own hashing function. This argument may be omitted  and
       defaults to Builtins.hash (3kaya)


       Create a new empty HashSet.


       Kaya  standard  library  by  Edwin Brady, Chris Morris and others ( For
       further information see


       The Kaya standard library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the  terms  of the GNU Lesser General Public License (version 2.1 or any later version) as
       published by the Free Software Foundation.


       Set.HashSet (3kaya)
       Set.add (3kaya)
       Set.array (3kaya)
       Set.delete (3kaya)
       Set.elem (3kaya)
       Set.empty (3kaya)