# “Sorted” sets

The previously described `HashSet`

class can be understood as a dictionary that stores only keys, without values. So, if there is the `SortedDictionary`

class, maybe there is also the `SortedSet`

class? There is! However, can a set be “sorted”? Why is “sorted” written with quotation marks? The answer turns out to be very simple. By definition, a set stores a collection of distinct objects without duplicated elements and without a particular order. If a set does not support order, how can it be “sorted”? For this reason, **a “sorted” set can be understood as a combination of ****HashSet**** and ****SortedList****, not a ****set itself.**

Imagine a “sorted” set

If you want to better imagine a “sorted” set, recall the previous example related to the game of chance. To facilitate manual comparison of results, both the set of randomly drawn numbers and the set of numbers selected by you can be “...