# Set Theory - Operator (Operations)

operator in Set Theory that applies to set structure (set, bag)

## Type

### Data Operator

A data operator produce another set.

All relational algebra operator are set-operator.

### Relationship / Comparison

A relationship operator produce a boolean

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