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The article previously mentioned this being compatible with a stable sort. This doesn't really need to be said and sort of confuses the issue. A reader might think that stability comes from the spaceship operator, not from it merely being possible due to the operator returning 0 for equal arguments. --- RockMFR 20:37, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
Spaceship operator really a The spaceship operator, written <=>, is a binary relational operator
Currently, this article states
- The spaceship operator, written <=>, is a binary relational operator [...].
- It's definitely a binary relation since it's a relation between two things Thruston (talk) 13:16, 11 February 2014 (UTC)
Also, this article states
- This operator is also used in ASCII-based mathematical notation to represent "less than, equal to or greater than", and is synonymous with the symbols ⋛ and ⋚.
Can someone elaborate on when this is actually used?