--- Comment #8 from Steven Schveighoffer <> ---
Yeah, there is no inlining of it. There is a bit of magic in the compiler for
Object == Object, and I think that magic is stopping the inlining.

Of course, the compiler magic could be made to simply do the `is` comparison
first, and then call the object function (we can take `lhs is rhs` out of the
function itself).

I think this would be a worthy enhancement request, especially considering the
performance benefits. I'm not sure how keen someone is to delve into updating
that code, it's kind of a mess.


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