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  • bibliolept

    Senior Member
    AE, Español
    Two options (in order of preference):
    1) "Prosing a set of operations" refers to describing operations in words rather than in symbols, numbers, or code.
    2) It's a typo; "proposing" is what is meant.


    Senior Member
    Canadian English

    What does this mean:

    prosing a set of operations

    Guzhi, you may wish to take a look at the forum rules regarding providing us with context/background. We cannot often answer a question based on a five-word sentence, especially when the sentence is as strange as yours.

    Do you mean "posing" or "proposing"? And what is a "set of operations"?
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