Re: Something very simple.....

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• Subject: [mg87121] Re: Something very simple.....
• From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
• Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 05:19:43 -0500 (EST)
• Organization: Uni Leipzig
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```Hi,

Sphere @@@ sphlst

??

Regards
Jens

Steve Gray wrote:
> 1. I have a list of sphere centers and radii like this:
>
> sphlst={{{ 5.11,  0.76, -0.32}, 100.39},
> 	{{ 7.18, -1.86, -8.19},  98.02},
> 	{{26.71, -9.30, -6.85}, 111.27},
> 	{{    0,     0,     0}, 100.00},
> 	{{ 8.65,  4.28, -3.81}, 103.87}}.
>
> If I do Map[Sphere,sphlst] I get too many braces, like this:
>
> {Sphere[{{ 5.11,  0.76, -0.32}, 100.39}],
>  Sphere[{{ 7.18, -1.86, -8.19}, 98.02}],
>  Sphere[{{26.71, -9.30, -6.85}, 111.27}],
>  Sphere[{{    0,     0,     0}, 100.00}],
>  Sphere[{{ 8.65,  4.28, -3.81}, 103.87}]}
>
> and Sphere needs for example Sphere[{1.11, 2.22, 3.33},4.5].
> What simple thing am I missing to remove the extra braces?
> (I know I can use Table but isn't there a "one-step" method?)
> Flatten doesn't seem to be useful here, or I'm using it wrong.
>
> 2. I have two lists, lsta={a,b,c,d,e,f} and lstb={1,3,4}.
> I want the elements of lsta that do NOT correspond to elements
> of lstb, in this case everything from lsta except elements
> 1,3, and 4: result={b,e,f}.
> (lstb won't have entries larger than Length[lsta]).
>
> Thanks for any tips.
>
> Steve Gray
>

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