fset

2017-08-30

Introduction

FSet is a functional set-theoretic collections library. Functional means that all update operations return a new collection rather than modifying an existing one in place. Set-theoretic means that collections may be nested arbitrarily with no additional programmer effort; for instance, sets may contain sets, maps may be keyed by sets, etc.

The FSet home page explains why I chose functional semantics for FSet.

To get started using FSet, check out the FSet Tutorial. Once you've gone through that, I recommend the FSet/CL page, which explains how FSet is integrated into Common Lisp.

For more details, see the FSet project page.

There might be some useful information on the FSet CLiki page.

Author
Scott L. Burson <Scott@ergy.com>
License
LLGPL
Categories
data structure, library, quicklisp