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How to get Table not to return Null?

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  • Subject: [mg80739] How to get Table not to return Null?
  • From: Jack Yu <Jack.Yu at astro.cf.ac.uk>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 23:42:40 -0400 (EDT)

Hello, 
I have a question about using Table.
Suppose I have the following:

In[]:= Print["aET(f,",1,",",0,")=",expandaa[Simplify[ComplexExpand[aET[f,1,0]]]]]

aET(f,1,0)=0

When I put this in a Table:

In[]:= Table[Print["aET(f,",l,",",m,")=",expandaa[Simplify[ComplexExpand[aET[f,l,m]]]]]
,{l,0,1},{m,-l,l}]

aET(f,0,0)=0

aET(f,1,-1)=(1/168)f^3

aET(f,1,0)=0

aET(f,1,1)=(1/168)f^3

Out[]:= {{{Null}},{{Null},{Null},{Null}}}

I don't really want the {{{Null}},{{Null},{Null},{Null}}}. 
Is there anyway I can write it such that it does not return the Null's?

thanks

jack


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