A growing family of languages based on Set Theory and related notation and principles. Used mostly in mathematics by mathematicians, and in education to teach Mathematics.
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SETL for Internet Data Processing
A dissertation by David Bacon.
SET Language 2, close relative of SETL, has some clumsy support for closures, an experimental (broken) object system, and redefines integer division to mean something different than in SETL: 3/2 yields 1.5 in SETL, but only 1 in SETL2.
FTP site with version 2.2, for PCs using DOS; downloads of self-extracting .exe.
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