I haven't seen set theory in a long time, and you remind me how much I miss math. What are the most common ways that you are using it to solve problems today?
Well, as I said as data structure I would use it to find unique values of the list (like a list of ids) or find the intersection of two lists, or check if the item already present in the list. Plus I use TypeScript - unions, intersections.
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