# Set Reverser

World's simplest set tool
With this online application, you can quickly reverse the order of elements in an ordered set. As different sets have different notations, you can adjust the open-set and close-set symbols, as well as customize the element separator symbol for the input and output sets. Created by team Browserling.

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## What is a Set Reverser?

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This browser-based program reverses the given ordered set. It doesn't change the collection of objects in the set but only rearranges the elements so that they are output in reverse order. Usually, curly braces are used to denote a set and the elements within a set are separated by commas. Sometimes, however, they can also be written in a different style, such as regular brackets instead of curly brackets and semicolons instead of commas. The default settings are configured for the standard set format with curly brackets and commas but we also added an option that lets you use a different set format. If you use a different set format, you can adjust the open and close set characters, as well as set the element separator. You can also create a new set format for the reversed set by changing the output set notation options. Here are some examples to illustrate how this utility works. If the input is the ordered set {1, 2, 3}, then it's converted to the reversed set {3, 2, 1}. If the input set uses a different style, such as square parenthesis and semicolons, and the output set is configured to use round parenthesis and spaces between elements, then the set [x; y; z] is reversed to (z y x). This utility is also able to reverse multisets with repeated elements. Setabulous!

## Set Reverser examples

Click to useReverse a Set of Digits

In this example, we load an ordered set of digits from 0 to 9 as the input set and apply the set reversal algorithm to it. The algorithm rearranges the elements of the input set and displays them in the reverse order from 9 to 0. Since we are using the default set style options (curly braces and commas) the output set style is the same as the input set style.

{0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9}

{9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0}

**Required options**

Character that separates the
elements in the input set.

Open symbol.

Close symbol.

Character that separates the
elements in the output set.

Open symbol.

Close symbol.

Greek Alphabet Set

This example reverses a custom set that consists of the Greek alphabet letters. This set uses the square brackets [ ] to denote the set and it uses the space character as an element separator character. To correctly extract individual elements from the set, we need to customize the input set formatting options and change the set-open symbol to [, set-close symbol to ], and separator symbol to the space. For the output set, we also use a custom format and change the set-open and set-close symbols to "<" and ">", and "-" as the element separator symbol.

[α β γ δ ε ζ η θ ι κ λ μ ν ξ ο π ρ σ τ υ φ χ ψ ω]

<ω-ψ-χ-φ-υ-τ-σ-ρ-π-ο-ξ-ν-μ-λ-κ-ι-θ-η-ζ-ε-δ-γ-β-α>

**Required options**

Character that separates the
elements in the input set.

Open symbol.

Close symbol.

Character that separates the
elements in the output set.

Open symbol.

Close symbol.

Rainbow Set

The input set in this example consists of multi-colored Unicode squares that are arranged in rainbow colors from red to violet. As the input set doesn't have open-set and close-set characters around it, and all set elements are joined together with no delimiter symbols between them, we leave the input set format fields blank. When the program runs, it rearranges the rainbow colors in reverse order from violet to red, and to make this example more pretty, it also places a diamond shape separator between the colors.

🟥🟧🟨🟩🟦🟪

🟪💠🟦💠🟩💠🟨💠🟧💠🟥

**Required options**

Character that separates the
elements in the input set.

Open symbol.

Close symbol.

Character that separates the
elements in the output set.

Open symbol.

Close symbol.

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You can pass input to this tool via

__?input__query argument and it will automatically compute output. Here's how to type it in your browser's address bar. Click to try!
https://onlinesettools.com/reverse-set

__?input__=%7B0%2C%201%2C%202%2C%203%2C%204%2C%205%2C%206%2C%207%2C%208%2C%209%7D&input-element-separator=%2C%20&input-open-set=%7B&input-close-set=%7D&output-element-separator=%2C%20&output-open-set=%7B&output-close-set=%7D
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