# Non-Empty Set

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A non-empty set is a set with one or more set members.

**AKA:**Non-Empty, Nonempty Set, One-or-More Relation.**Context:**- Its Set Cardinality is >= One.

**Example(s):**- a Degenerate Set, such as {1}.
- a Sigma Field.
- a Formal Language.
- a Non-Empty Number Set, such as a non-empty integer set.
- …

**Counter-Example(s):**- {}, Empty Set.
- "", Empty String.
- (1,1), Empty Interval.
- Two-or-More Relation.

**See:**Finite Set, Non-Empty Subset Relation.