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Re: [Q] How to get rid of {} in lists?

> From Fri Jan 30 13:40:16 1998
> Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998 04:24:45 -0500
> From: (Alessandro Rossi)
> To:
> Subject: [mg10764] [mg10710] [Q] How to get rid of {} in lists?
> Hi all: that's my seems to me very easy but I caan get out
> of it with a solution:
> I'd like to put the ordered elements of a list as parameters in a
> function...
> e.g.
> list={True, False};
> And[list] is not And[True, False]... how can I get rid of {} in order to
> perform the calculation???
> thanks in advance
> Alessandro

You must use Apply[And,{True,False}] or And @@ list

Hope that helps

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