To get all proper subsets of a set in TypeScript, we can use a recursive approach. A proper subset is defined as a subset that does not contain all the elements of the original set. Here's the TypeScript code to achieve this:

`index.ts519 chars24 lines`

The `getProperSubsets`

function takes a `Set`

as its argument and returns a `Set`

of `Set`

s representing all proper subsets of the input set. It initializes an empty `Set`

called `subsets`

to hold the result.

The `recurse`

function is a helper function that takes in two arguments: `subset`

and `remaining`

. `subset`

is a `Set`

representing the current subset being generated, and `remaining`

is a `Set`

representing the elements still available to add to the subset.

The `recurse`

function first adds the current `subset`

to `subsets`

. Then, for each element in `remaining`

, it creates a new subset that includes that element, and a new remaining set that excludes that element, and recursively calls the `recurse`

function with these new sets.

Finally, the `getProperSubsets`

function returns the `subsets`

set with the full `set`

removed.

Here's an example usage of the `getProperSubsets`

function:

index.ts194 chars4 lines

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