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Each class, module, method, etc. is given a grade based on how complete the docs are.

The bar above shows the distribution of these grades.

Seems really good
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Redis#zrangebyscore N
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Redis#zrangebylex N
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Redis#linsert N
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Redis#zrange N
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Redis#bitpos N
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Redis#get N
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Redis#set N
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Redis#sinterstore Ne
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Redis#sunionstore Ne
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Redis#zscan_each Ne
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Redis#sscan_each Ne
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Redis#hscan_each Ne
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Redis#sdiffstore Ne
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Redis#scan_each Ne
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Redis#pfcount Ne
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Redis#pfmerge Ne
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Redis#config Ne
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Redis#sunion Ne
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Redis#sinter Ne
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Redis#select Ne
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Redis#sdiff Ne
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Redis#hmget Ne
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Redis#bitop Ne
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Redis#zadd Ne
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Redis#move Ne
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Redis#mget Ne
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Redis#del Ne
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Redis#zrevrangebyscore Ne
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Redis#zrevrange Ne
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Redis::FutureNotReady#initialize Ne
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Redis::Pipeline#initialize Ne
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Redis#zremrangebyscore Ne
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Redis#zremrangebyrank Ne
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Redis::ProtocolError Ne
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Redis#mapped_hmget Ne
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Redis#hincrbyfloat Ne
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Redis#bgrewriteaof Ne
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Redis#incrbyfloat Ne
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Redis#zunionstore Ne
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Redis#zinterstore Ne
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Redis#mapped_mget Ne
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Redis#srandmember Ne
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Redis#brpoplpush Ne
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Redis#sismember Ne
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Redis#randomkey Ne
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Redis#rpoplpush Ne
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Redis#pexpireat Ne
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Redis#getrange Ne
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Redis#expireat Ne
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Redis#flushall Ne
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Redis#lastsave Ne
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Redis#renamenx Ne
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Redis#smembers Ne
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Redis#zrevrank Ne
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Redis#bitcount Ne
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Redis#setrange Ne
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Redis#hexists Ne
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Redis#migrate Ne
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Redis#pexpire Ne
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Redis#slowlog Ne
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Redis#persist Ne
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Redis#hgetall Ne
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Redis#flushdb Ne
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Redis#zincrby Ne
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Redis#hincrby Ne
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Redis#lrange Ne
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Redis#zscore Ne
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Redis#getbit Ne
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Redis#hsetnx Ne
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Redis#append Ne
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Redis#dbsize Ne
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Redis#incrby Ne
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Redis#lindex Ne
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Redis#setbit Ne
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Redis#expire Ne
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Redis#bgsave Ne
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Redis#script Ne
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Redis#zcount Ne
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Redis#msetnx Ne
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Redis#decrby Ne
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Redis#rpushx Ne
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Redis#getset Ne
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Redis#rename Ne
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Redis#exists Ne
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Redis#lpushx Ne
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Redis#strlen Ne
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Redis#pfadd Ne
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Redis#ltrim Ne
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Redis#scard Ne
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Redis#smove Ne
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Redis#zrank Ne
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Redis#hmset Ne
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Redis#rpush Ne
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Redis#hkeys Ne
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Redis#hvals Ne
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Redis#watch Ne
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Redis#hscan Ne
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Redis#zscan Ne
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Redis#sscan Ne
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Redis#setnx Ne
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Redis#zcard Ne
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Redis#time Ne
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Redis#hlen Ne
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Redis#hset Ne
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Redis#save Ne
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Redis#auth Ne
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Redis#hget Ne
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Redis#incr Ne
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Redis#mset Ne
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Redis#decr Ne
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Redis#zrem Ne
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Redis#type Ne
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Redis#sort Ne
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Redis#ping Ne
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Redis#hdel Ne
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Redis#info Ne
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Redis#lset Ne
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Redis#echo Ne
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Redis#scan Ne
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Redis#quit Ne
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Redis#srem Ne
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Redis#llen Ne
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Redis#lrem Ne
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Redis#keys Ne
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Redis#sadd Ne
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Redis#dump Ne
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Redis#lpop Ne
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Redis#rpop Ne
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Redis#pttl Ne
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Redis#spop Ne
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Redis#ttl Ne
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Redis::Distributed#randomkey Ne
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Redis::Distributed#flushall Ne
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Redis::Distributed#lastsave Ne
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Redis::Distributed#flushdb Ne
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Redis::Distributed#unwatch Ne
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Redis::Distributed#discard Ne
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Redis::Distributed#monitor Ne
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Redis::Distributed#bgsave Ne
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Redis::Distributed#setbit Ne
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Redis::Distributed#getbit Ne
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Redis::Distributed#dbsize Ne
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Redis::Distributed#multi Ne
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Redis::Distributed#ping Ne
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Redis::Distributed#quit Ne
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Redis::Distributed#time Ne
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Redis::Distributed#save Ne
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Redis::Distributed#exec Ne
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Redis#shutdown Ne
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Redis#monitor Ne
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Redis#restore Ne
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Redis#psetex Ne
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Redis#setex Ne
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Redis#sync Ne
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Redis::Subscription#initialize E
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Redis#mapped_msetnx E
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Redis#mapped_hmset E
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Redis#mapped_mset E
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Redis#discard E
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Redis#unwatch E
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Redis#multi E
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Redis#exec E
Please take a look
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Redis.connect E

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