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Re: Meaning of @ ... not @@


Mark,

You can look up @  and @@ in the HelpBrowser.

Otherwise we have


    HoldForm[FullForm[a@b]]

        a[b]

    HoldForm[FullForm[a@@b]]

        Apply[a,b]


Note also,

    HoldForm[FullForm[a@@@b]]

        Apply[a,b,List[1]]



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"DIAMOND Mark R." <dot at dot.dot> wrote in message
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> I'm sure I've seen this before, but cannot find the answer on the archive
> because I can't think of a sensible way of limiting the search!
>
> What, please, is the meaning of @ as in
> Conjugate @ Reverse @ Drop[list, -1]
>
> I seem to remember reading that this was "undocumented", and I cannot find
> it in the help. The above line appears in mg1432 in the archive.
>
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