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Ensure that InstructionCost actually implements a total ordering

Authored by ctetreau on Feb 2 2021, 9:14 AM.

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Ensure that InstructionCost actually implements a total ordering

Previously, operator== would consider the actual equality of the pairs
(lhs.Value, lhs.State) == (rhs.Value, rhs.State). However, if an invalid
cost was involved in a call to operator<, only the state would be
compared. Thus, it was not the case that ({2, Invalid} < {3, Invalid} ||
{2, Invalid} > {3, Invalid} || {2, Invalid} == {3, Invalid}).

This patch implements a true total ordering, where cost state is
considered first, then value. While it's not really imporant that
{2, Invalid} be considered to be less than {3, Invalid}, it's not a
problem either. This patch also implements operator== in terms of
operator<, so the two definitions will be kept in sync.

Reviewed By: sdesmalen

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D95803