When two objects have the same hashValue, they are considered equal.
Understanding Collections Types in Swift Part 3 — Making Your Own Classes Collections
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Not quite. Two objects, which are equal, must produce the same hash value. But two objects with the same hash value need not necessarily be equal (hence hash collisions in maps / sets and the not quite O(1) lookup complexity).

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