Re: How can I Flatten from the inside out, not the outside in?

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• Subject: [mg5487] Re: How can I Flatten from the inside out, not the outside in?
• From: Jonathan Rich <rich at earth.nwu.edu>
• Date: Wed, 11 Dec 1996 03:16:04 -0500
• Organization: NU Geological Sci.
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```My guess is that what you want is:

Map[Flatten,list]

assuming
list =
{{{6.063,-36.544}},{{6.063,-35.404}},{{8.403,-36.544}},{{8.403,-35.404}}};
and assuming the result you want is a list of pairs of numbers as:
{{6.063, -36.544}, {6.063, -35.404}, {8.403, -36.544}, {8.403, -35.404}}

Jonathan Rich
rich at earth.nwu.edu

Jason Welter wrote:
>
> Here is the first of 699 elements of a list I want to
> Flatten:
>
> {{{6.063,-36.544}},{{6.063,-35.404}},{{8.403,-36.544}},{{8.403,-35.404}}}
>
> How do I remove the "{{" and "}}" characters?
>
> Jason

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