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Given a set of numbers, I’d like to split this set into 2 sets, where the sum of each set is as close to equal as possible. How would I go about doing this in a programmatic way?

Thanks in advance for any help!

**EDIT**: reworded for clarity perhaps?

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else{The element in the given set should come into the ‘SET2’;} - And of-course you’ll eliminate the element you enter into the subsets ‘SET1’ OR ‘SET2’ from the given super set.

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