std::sort requires a sorter which satisfies the strict weak ordering rule, which is explained
So, your comparer says that
a < bwhen
a == b which doesn’t follow the strict weak ordering rule, it is possible that the algorithm will crash because it’ll enter in an infinite loop.
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