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Consider a type IntBag, with operations to insert and remove elements, as well as all the observers of IntSet. Bags are like sets except that...

Consider a type IntBag, with operations to insert and remove elements, as well as all
the observers of IntSet. Bags are like sets except that elements can occur multiple times
in a bag.
Is IntBag a legitimate subtype of IntSet? Explain by arguing that either the Liskov
substitution principle is violated (for a non-subtype) or that it holds (for a subtype).

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