Comparisons for equivalency. Two items are equivalent if they have the same semantic meaning, even if the data in the two items is different.
Compares based on equivalency.
Tags are equivalent if they have the same tags (even if in a different order).
Two Price are equivalent if the From and To are equal and the CountPerUnit is equivalent.
Two PostingCore are equivalent if the Tags are equivalent and the other data is equal, exlucing the Side and the SpaceBetween, which are not considered at all.
TopLineCore are equivalent if their dates are equivalent and if everything else is equal.
PricePoint are equivalent if the dateTime and the Price are equivalent. Other elements of the PricePoint are ignored.
|Equivalent m => Equivalent (Ents m)|
Ents are equivalent if the content Ents of each are equivalent. The order of the ents is insignificant.
|Equivalent m => Equivalent (Ent m)|
Two Ents are equivalent if the entries are equivalent and the metadata is equivalent (whether the Ent is inferred or not is ignored.)
|(Equivalent a, Equivalent b) => Equivalent (a, b)|