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Updated README a bit

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@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Or, sort a list of dotted quad notation IP addresses:
use v6;
use Sort::Naturally;
+ # generate an array of random IP addresses
my @ips = ((0..255).roll(4).join('.')for 0..99);
.say for @ips.nsort;
@@ -53,9 +53,10 @@ The implications are:
However, that also means:
You are not limited by number magnitude. It will sort arbitrarily large
- numbers with ease.
+ numbers with ease regardless of the capability of your hardware/OS.
- It is quite speedy. (For liberal values of speedy.)
+ It is quite speedy. (For liberal values of speedy.) Since it doesn't need
+ to interpret numbers by value it eliminates a lot of code that would do that.
Sort::Naturally exposes two primary routines.
@@ -109,7 +110,11 @@ rather than:
9x 14 foo foo12 Foo12a foo12a foo12z foo13a fooa Foolio foolio
-=head1 Author
Stephen Schulze (often seen lurking on and #perl6 IRC as
+Licensed under The Artistic 2.0; see LICENSE.

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