Set theoretic programming
Set theoretic programming is a programming paradigm based on mathematical set theory. One example of a programming language based on this paradigm is SETL. The goal of set theoretic programming is to improve programmer speed and productivity significantly, and also enhance program clarity and readability.
Languages With Set-Based Operators
- LINQ - Extensions to .NET languages such as C#, F#, and VB.NET
- J.T. Schwartz, R.B.K. Dewar, E. Dubinsky, and E. Schonberg. Programming with sets, an introduction to SETL. Springer-Verlag, 1986.
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