I"m trying to make a set of sets in Python. I can"t figure out how to do it.
Starting with the empty set
xx = set() # Now we have some other set, for example elements = set([2,3,4]) xx.add(elements)
but I get
TypeError: unhashable type: "list"
TypeError: unhashable type: "set"
Is it possible to have a set of sets in Python?
I am dealing with a large collection of sets and I want to be able to not have to deal duplicate sets (a set B of sets A1, A2, ...., An would "cancel" two sets if Ai = Aj)
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