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Re: Weird Print Result

Hi Bruce,

consider your last line: Print /@ X[[1]]. Presumably you wanted: Print @ 

X[[1]] or Print[ X[[1]] ]. What you did, is to map Print on the first 

level of X[[1]]. As the output of Print is Null and as the Head of 

X[[1]] is Plus, you created: Plus[Null,Null,Null,Null]. This gives 4 

Null, correct?


Bruce Colletti wrote:

> Re Mathematica 5.2 under WinXP.


> The code below creates the correct output, except for a strange concluding "4 Null."


> What does this weird last line of output mean (list length?), why does it print, and how can it be suppressed?


> Thankx.


> Bruce



> n = 2;

> T = Array[p, {n, n}];

> X0 = Array[x, {n}];

> X = (Expand /@ (X0.MatrixPower[T, 2]));

> Print /@ X[[1]]


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