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three column output


How to get a three column ouput of surface coordinates (x,y,z) = f
(u,v) in the conventional (like Fortran) way, say by first varying v
and then u... to get a vertical rather than horizontal build up of
points which comes by default in Mathematica. Thanks in advance.


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