Abset



abset
language
An early declarative language from the University of Aberdeen.
[“ABSET: A Programming Language Based on Sets”, E.W. Elcock et al, Mach Intell 4, Edinburgh U Press, 1969, pp.467-492].
(1994-11-08)

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