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Q : Lists as sets.


Hi there,

I want to use a list as a mathematical set. How can I do that? (Nothing in
the MMA book).

I found one (not elegant) way to do it : Allways do set=Union[list] but
that is really ugly.

Any ideas?

Thanx.

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