# one element is missing while using Set( generator )

In the code:

```
import itertools
Q = [[factor(5),factor(13)],[factor(9),factor(7),factor(13)]]
print( sorted( Set( [lcm(*qq) for qq in itertools.product(*Q)] ) ) )
print( sorted( Set( (lcm(*qq) for qq in itertools.product(*Q)) ) ) )
```

first `print`

produces the expected result:

```
[13, 5 * 7, 3^2 * 5, 5 * 13, 7 * 13, 3^2 * 13]
```

while second `print`

produces a list with one element (`3^2 * 5`

) missing:

```
[13, 5 * 7, 5 * 13, 7 * 13, 3^2 * 13]
```

Is this a bug?

**ADDED.** More weirdness - the following code

```
Q = [[factor(3), factor(9)], [factor(9), factor(7)]]
print( Set( [lcm(*qq) for qq in itertools.product(*Q)] ) )
```

produces a set with two equal elements:

```
Set of elements of [3^2, 3 * 7, 3^2, 3^2 * 7]
```

It seems that these issues are related to the fact that `Factorization`

objects are not hashable, but why then does `Set`

allow to create sets of them with all kinds of side effects?

and Set is not working correctly with iterators

I can't reproduce the first issue: I get the same answer — the first one — when I repeat the

`print`

command. What version of Sage are you using? I agree with the final question:`Set`

allows nonhashable objects, and it doesn't look very good, for example`Set([[3,4], [3,4]])`

.I use Sage 9.5 The first issue can be also seen in SageMathCell: https://sagecell.sagemath.org/?q=ainesk

Maybe it's been fixed in the 9.6 prerelease.

I can reproduce with 9.6.rc3 on macOS 12.3.1