An Invitation to SETL
"Being a mathematician, I've always dreamt of a programming language that would make use of the powerful formalism of Set Theory. Two years ago, I started looking for an open-source software tool to use in an elementary Set Theory class. I had a hard time finding any on the Net, but in the end I found the object of my dreams: a structured, general-purpose, open-source programming language that implements as closely as possible the Set Theory formal language. The language is called SETL (Set Language). As I found out later, it has been around for quite a long time, 33 years to date."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Dec 30, 2004 )
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