Set theory program for hp prime?

09302022, 06:02 AM
(This post was last modified: 09302022 06:05 AM by DrEureka.)
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Set theory program for hp prime?
Hello, I wanted to know if you know of any program that allows me to do this type of joints, for the hp prime.
Thx! More info = https://www.math.net/union or https://www.math.net/settheory 

09302022, 03:15 PM
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RE: Set theory program for hp prime?
Do you just mean the Venn diagrams?
If so then you could use something like this, although I really hope there is a better way. Code: EXPORT RQST() 

09302022, 03:30 PM
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RE: Set theory program for hp prime?
(09302022 06:02 AM)DrEureka Wrote: Hello, I wanted to know if you know of any program that allows me to do this type of joints, for the hp prime.Prime has a union command Syntax: UNION(list1 or object1, ... list_n or object_n) UNION concatenates the inputs, removing all duplicates. Example: UNION({1,2,3}, {2,4,8}, 10) → {1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10} 

09302022, 03:55 PM
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RE: Set theory program for hp prime?
Not only UNION, there are INTERSECT and DIFFERENCE, too.
Arno 

09302022, 03:57 PM
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RE: Set theory program for hp prime?
(09302022 03:15 PM)matalog Wrote: Do you just mean the Venn diagrams?I'll check it out, thank you very much. yes from venn diagram 

09302022, 04:07 PM
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RE: Set theory program for hp prime?
(09302022 03:15 PM)matalog Wrote: Do you just mean the Venn diagrams? I ask you a question, do you have an example of use, how can I enter several variables? How can I discriminate by UNION, INTERSECT and DIFFERENCE? thanks again for sharing 

09302022, 04:17 PM
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RE: Set theory program for hp prime?
(09302022 03:57 PM)DrEureka Wrote:(09302022 03:15 PM)matalog Wrote: Do you just mean the Venn diagrams?I'll check it out, thank you very much. yes from venn diagram This is a little more optimised, but there must be a much faster way of doing it: Code: EXPORT RQST() 

09302022, 05:57 PM
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RE: Set theory program for hp prime?
The way I showed earlier is customisable.
This will do a very similar thing, just less customisable, but much, much faster. Code: EXPORT RQST() 

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