I'd like you to write a
FuzzyString class which acts like a string, but does comparisons in a case-insensitive way.
>>> greeting = FuzzyString('Hey TREY!')
>>> greeting == 'hey Trey!'
>>> greeting == 'heyTrey'
I'd like you to make sure equality and inequality match case-insensitively at first. I'd also like you to ensure that the string representations of your class match Python's string object's default string representations.
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