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[S32-list/sort.t] removed test

This test has no support from the spec, nor did it ever.
There's absolutely nothing that guarantees that otherwise
identical objects get sorted into memory-address order, or
indeed that those objects were *created* in memory-address
order.
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@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
use v6;
use Test;
-plan 33;
+plan 32;
# L<S32::Containers/"List"/"=item sort">
@@ -247,11 +247,6 @@ plan 33;
lives_ok { @sorted = (RT71258_1.new, RT71258_1.new).sort },
'sorting by stringified class instance (name and memory address)';
- #?pugs skip '.WHERE'
- #?rakudo todo 'Huh? What is this test doing?'
- ok ([<] @sorted.map({.WHERE})),
- 'checking sort order by class memory address';
-
class RT71258_2 {
has $.x;
method Str { $.x }

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