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Order may sometimes be significant in CSS, but that's pretty rare in practice, I think. (Unlike F# and SQL, where order is very significant, and for which traditional differs may be better for.)

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Well, I don't think it's that rare. It's quite easy to selectors of the same weight (official term is "specificity") - even if they read very different. Therefore it's IMHO quite important for a "semantic parser" to maintain the order, if it's part of semantics. See: https://specificity.keegan.st/

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