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 import java.util.List;

Creates, based on your criteria, a JUnit test suite that exhaustively tests a SortedSet implementation.
 public class SortedSetTestSuiteBuilder<E> extends SetTestSuiteBuilder<E> {
   public static <E> SortedSetTestSuiteBuilder<E> using(
       TestSortedSetGenerator<E> generator) {
     SortedSetTestSuiteBuilder<E> builder =
         new SortedSetTestSuiteBuilder<E>();
     return builder;
   @Override protected List<Class<? extends AbstractTester>> getTesters() {
     List<Class<? extends AbstractTester>> testers =
     return testers;
   @Override public TestSuite createTestSuite() {
       List<Feature<?>> features = Helpers.copyToList(getFeatures());
     return super.createTestSuite();
       ?, ? extends OneSizeTestContainerGenerator<Collection<E>, E>> parentBuilder) {
     List<TestSuitederivedSuites = super.createDerivedSuites(parentBuilder);
     if (!parentBuilder.getFeatures().contains(.)) {
     return derivedSuites;

Creates a suite whose set has some elements filtered out of view.

Because the set may be ascending or descending, this test must derive the relative order of these extreme values rather than relying on their regular sort ordering.

           ? extends OneSizeTestContainerGenerator<Collection<E>, E>>
           parentBuilderfinal Bound fromfinal Bound to) {
     final TestSortedSetGenerator<E> delegate
         = (TestSortedSetGenerator<E>) parentBuilder.getSubjectGenerator().getInnerGenerator();
     List<Feature<?>> features = new ArrayList<Feature<?>>();
     return newBuilderUsing(delegatetofrom)
         .named(parentBuilder.getName() + " subSet " + from + "-" + to)

Like using() but overrideable by NavigableSetTestSuiteBuilder.
      TestSortedSetGenerator<E> delegateBound toBound from) {
    return using(new SortedSetSubsetTestSetGenerator<E>(delegatetofrom));
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