Is there a program/website that can create and organize lists of mathematical theorems?

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    Lean mathematical components library

    I'm not sure how useful this will be, since the question asks for a simple program, but maybe the LEAN theorem prover can be used to type in theorem statements. The theorems can be categorised by placing different theorems in different files (say one for algebra, another for analysis, and so on). Searching for specific theorems can be done by searching ("grepping", in Linux lingo) for the relevant text in the folder containing all the files.

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