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|Commit Comment:||PECS, and use Collections.reverseOrder().
There are actually 5 different implementations of quicksort in here when
one will do (the array versions could go away and call the list version,
wrapping in Arrays.asList()). But I won't touch those right now. I am
super tempted to reduce things down to one List version and one array
Also it's weird that there are customized Comparators that are null-safe.
I believe I was the one who added them in the past, but I've since learned.
It's a strange undocumented "convenience" when it's easy enough for someone
to provide a null-safe comparator for comparables. (In guava you can call
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