ProSet

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This article is about the programming language. For the mathematical concept of a set with preorder, see Preorder § Formal definition.
For the card game, see Projective Set (game).

ProSet is a set theoretic programming language that is being developed at the University of Essen as a successor to SETL. It is a very-high level language that supports prototyping.

ProSet provides the following first-class data types: atom, integer, real, string, boolean, tuple, set. Functions and modules are also first-class.

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  1. ^ Prototyping with Sets The ProSet Group University of Essen, Germany Script 111pp. March 29, 1993