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    • Gordian Edenhofer's avatar
      Highlight that keys in a multi-domain are sorted · a2ca9fd9
      Gordian Edenhofer authored
      As the ordering of the random numbers within a multi-field are dependent
      on the ordering of the keys, it is highly relevant even for the average
      nifty user that keys are sorted. Hence, state so in the docstrings of
      MultiDomain, MultiField and in the `from_random` method in sugar.py.
      a2ca9fd9
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    • Philipp Arras's avatar
      Remove MultiField.update() · 10fe309c
      Philipp Arras authored
      The reason for this is the following. MultiFields behave very similar to
      dictionaries except for the fact that dictionaries are mutable and MultiFields
      are immutable. Therefore, MultiField.update() needs to return a new object. That
      is different to the dictionary.update() functionality and therefore unintuitive.
      
      MultiField.union() can do the exact same thing as update() used to do.
      10fe309c
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