mk_fset : term list -> term

SYNOPSIS
Constructs an explicit set enumeration from a nonempty list of elements.

DESCRIPTION
When applied to a list of terms [`t1`; ...; `tn`] of the same type, the function mk_fset constructs an explicit set enumeration term `{t1, ..., tn}`. Note that duplicated elements are maintained in the resulting term, though this is logically the same as the set without them. If you need to generate enumerations for empty sets, use mk_setenum; in this case the type also needs to be specified.

FAILURE CONDITIONS
Fails if there are terms of more than one type in the list, or if the list is empty.

EXAMPLE
  # mk_fset (map mk_small_numeral (0--7));;
  val it : term = `0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7`

SEE ALSO
dest_setenum, is_setenum, mk_flist, mk_setenum.