Solution to tuples in SETL

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  1. Musatov

    Musatov Guest

    where the lhs is anything that can be assigned to, and s is an ... _0X
    s [x, y] or [[x, y], z], every member of s must be a tuple
    structurally compatible with lhs, by the same rule that governs
    parallel assignments such as the idiomatic the Is anything that can be
    assigned and s an already OR NOTE Note a such As Every of by same
    (C) 2013 Martin Musatov
    **IN FULL RAW CODE RELEASE**
    C:\_Administrator: Command Prompt - where the lhs is anything that can
    be assigned to, and s is an ... _0X
    s [x, y] or [[x, y], z], every member of s must be a tuple
    structurally compatible with lhs, by the same rule that governs
    parallel assignments such as the idiomatic
    C:\Users\mmusatov\the
    C:\Users\mmusatov\Is
    C:\Users\mmusatov\anything
    C:\Users\mmusatov\that
    C:\Users\mmusatov\can
    C:\Users\mmusatov\be
    C:\Users\mmusatov\assigned
    C:\Users\mmusatov\and
    C:\Users\mmusatov\s
    C:\Users\mmusatov\an
    C:\Users\mmusatov\already
    C:\Users\mmusatov\OR
    C:\Users\mmusatov\NOTE
    C:\Windows\System32\Note
    C:\Users\mmusatov\a
    C:\Users\mmusatov\such
    C:\Users\mmusatov\As
    C:\Users\mmusatov\Every
    C:\Users\mmusatov\of
    C:\Users\mmusatov\by
    C:\Users\mmusatov\same
    (C) 2013 Martin Musatov
     
    Musatov, Jan 25, 2013
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  2. Musatov

    Musatov Guest

    On Jan 25, 10:45 am, Musatov <> wrote:
    > where the lhs is anything that can be assigned to, and s is an ... _0X
    > s [x, y] or [[x, y], z], every member of s must be a tuple
    > structurally compatible with lhs, by the same rule that governs
    > parallel assignments such as the idiomatic the Is anything that can be
    > assigned and s an already OR NOTE Note a such As Every of by same
    > (C) 2013 Martin Musatov
    > **IN FULL RAW CODE RELEASE**
    > C:\_Administrator: Command Prompt - where the lhs is anything that can
    > be assigned to, and s is an ... _0X
    > s [x, y] or [[x, y], z], every member of s must be a tuple
    > structurally compatible with lhs, by the same rule that governs
    > parallel assignments such as the idiomatic
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\the
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\Is
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\anything
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\that
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\can
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\be
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\assigned
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\and
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\s
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\an
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\already
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\OR
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\NOTE
    > C:\Windows\System32\Note
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\a
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\such
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\As
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\Every
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\of
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\by
    > C:\Users\mmusatov\same
    > (C) 2013 Martin Musatov

    or rather structurally true
    C:\_Administrator: Command Prompt - where the lhs is anything that can
    be assigned to, and s is an ... _0X
    s [x, y] or [[x, y], z], every member of s must be a tuple
    structurally
    compatible with lhs, by the same rule that governs parallel
    assignments such as
    the idiomatic
    C:\Users\mmusatov\the
    C:\Users\mmusatov\Is
    C:\Users\mmusatov\anything
    C:\Users\mmusatov\that
    C:\Users\mmusatov\can
    C:\Users\mmusatov\be
    C:\Users\mmusatov\assigned
    C:\Users\mmusatov\and
    C:\Users\mmusatov\s
    C:\Users\mmusatov\an
    C:\Users\mmusatov\already
    C:\Users\mmusatov\OR
    C:\Users\mmusatov\NOTE
    C:\Windows\System32\Note
    C:\Users\mmusatov\a
    C:\Users\mmusatov\such
    C:\Users\mmusatov\As
    C:\Users\mmusatov\Every
    C:\Users\mmusatov\of
    C:\Users\mmusatov\by
    C:\Users\mmusatov\same
    (C) 2013 Martin Musatov
     
    Musatov, Jan 25, 2013
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