### Use keywords for all use of Pair and Triple

```This may be a bit redundant for very simple examples such as
`Pair.new(10, 20)`, but it keeps the code consistent with the pattern of
using keywords whenever more than one argument is passed.```
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 ... ... @@ -333,7 +333,7 @@ trait Iterator!(T) { .if(true: { true.push(value) }, false: { false.push(value) }) } Pair.new(true, false) Pair.new(first: true, second: false) } # Transforms the `Iterator` into an `Array`. ... ...
 ... ... @@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ object Pair!(A, B) { # # import std::pair::Pair # # let pair = Pair.new(10, 'foo') # let pair = Pair.new(first: 10, second: 'foo') # # pair.first # => 10 def first -> A { ... ... @@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ object Pair!(A, B) { # # import std::pair::Pair # # let pair = Pair.new(10, 'foo') # let pair = Pair.new(first: 10, second: 'foo') # # pair.second # => 'foo' def second -> B { ... ... @@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ object Triple!(A, B, C) { # # import std::pair::Triple # # let triple = Triple.new(10, 'foo', 20) # let triple = Triple.new(first: 10, second: 'foo', third: 20) # # triple.first # => 10 def first -> A { ... ... @@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ object Triple!(A, B, C) { # # import std::pair::Triple # # let triple = Triple.new(10, 'foo', 20) # let triple = Triple.new(first: 10, second: 'foo', third: 20) # # triple.second # => 'foo' def second -> B { ... ... @@ -143,7 +143,7 @@ object Triple!(A, B, C) { # # import std::pair::Triple # # let triple = Triple.new(10, 'foo', 20) # let triple = Triple.new(first: 10, second: 'foo', third: 20) # # triple.third # => 20 def third -> C { ... ...
 ... ... @@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ test.group('std::map::Pair.value') do (g) { test.group('std::map::Pair.hash') do (g) { g.test('Obtaining the hash of a Pair') { let pair = Pair.new('key', 'value', 123) let pair = Pair.new(key: 'key', value: 'value', hash: 123) assert.equal(pair.hash, 123) } ... ...
 ... ... @@ -5,20 +5,24 @@ import std::test::assert test.group('std::pair::Pair.first') do (g) { g.test('Obtaining the first value of a Pair') { assert.equal(Pair.new(10, 20).first, 10) assert.equal(Pair.new(first: 10, second: 20).first, 10) } } test.group('std::pair::Pair.second') do (g) { g.test('Obtaining the second value of a Pair') { assert.equal(Pair.new(10, 20).second, 20) assert.equal(Pair.new(first: 10, second: 20).second, 20) } } test.group('std::pair::Pair.==') do (g) { g.test('Comparing two Pair objects for equality') { assert.not_equal(Pair.new(1, 2), Pair.new(2, 3)) assert.equal(Pair.new(1, 1), Pair.new(1, 1)) assert.not_equal( Pair.new(first: 1, second: 2), Pair.new(first: 2, second: 3) ) assert.equal(Pair.new(first: 1, second: 1), Pair.new(first: 1, second: 1)) } } ... ... @@ -26,7 +30,7 @@ test.group('std::pair::Pair.hash') do (g) { g.test('Hashing a Pair') { let hasher1 = DefaultHasher.new(1, 2) let hasher2 = DefaultHasher.new(1, 2) let pair = Pair.new(1, 2) let pair = Pair.new(first: 1, second: 2) pair.hash(hasher1) pair.hash(hasher2) ... ... @@ -37,7 +41,7 @@ test.group('std::pair::Pair.hash') do (g) { test.group('std::pair::Pair.inspect') do (g) { g.test('Inspecting a Pair') { let pair = Pair.new(10, 20) let pair = Pair.new(first: 10, second: 20) assert.equal(pair.inspect, 'Pair { 10, 20 }') } ... ... @@ -45,26 +49,33 @@ test.group('std::pair::Pair.inspect') do (g) { test.group('std::pair::Triple.first') do (g) { g.test('Obtaining the first value of a Triple') { assert.equal(Triple.new(10, 20, 30).first, 10) assert.equal(Triple.new(first: 10, second: 20, third: 30).first, 10) } } test.group('std::pair::Triple.second') do (g) { g.test('Obtaining the second value of a Triple') { assert.equal(Triple.new(10, 20, 30).second, 20) assert.equal(Triple.new(first: 10, second: 20, third: 30).second, 20) } } test.group('std::pair::Triple.third') do (g) { g.test('Obtaining the third value of a Triple') { assert.equal(Triple.new(10, 20, 30).third, 30) assert.equal(Triple.new(first: 10, second: 20, third: 30).third, 30) } } test.group('std::pair::Triple.==') do (g) { g.test('Comparing two Triple objects for equality') { assert.not_equal(Triple.new(1, 2, 3), Triple.new(2, 3, 4)) assert.equal(Triple.new(1, 1, 1), Triple.new(1, 1, 1)) assert.not_equal( Triple.new(first: 1, second: 2, third: 3), Triple.new(first: 2, second: 3, third: 4) ) assert.equal( Triple.new(first: 1, second: 1, third: 1), Triple.new(first: 1, second: 1, third: 1) ) } } ... ... @@ -72,7 +83,7 @@ test.group('std::pair::Triple.hash') do (g) { g.test('Hashing a Triple') { let hasher1 = DefaultHasher.new(1, 2) let hasher2 = DefaultHasher.new(1, 2) let triple = Triple.new(1, 2, 3) let triple = Triple.new(first: 1, second: 2, third: 3) triple.hash(hasher1) triple.hash(hasher2) ... ... @@ -83,7 +94,7 @@ test.group('std::pair::Triple.hash') do (g) { test.group('std::pair::Triple.inspect') do (g) { g.test('Inspecting a Triple') { let triple = Triple.new(10, 20, 30) let triple = Triple.new(first: 10, second: 20, third: 30) assert.equal(triple.inspect, 'Triple { 10, 20, 30 }') } ... ...
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