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RE: What is @@@?

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  • Subject: [mg87215] RE: [mg87190] What is @@@?
  • From: "Jose Luis Gomez" <jose.luis.gomez at>
  • Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 02:58:51 -0500 (EST)
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In the help of Apply, open the section (click the little triangle) "More
Information". As you can see there, @@@ is the infix form of Apply at level
1, in other words, f@@@g[h[a], z[b]] is the same as Apply[f, g[h[a], z[b]],

I think it is a good idea for you to use the following page. @@@ is briefly
mentioned at the end of the page and compared with @, @@ and /@: 

Hope it helps!


-----Mensaje original-----
De: Kevin J. McCann [mailto:Kevin.McCann at] 
Enviado el: Jueves, 03 de Abril de 2008 04:18 a.m.
Para: mathgroup at
Asunto: [mg87190] What is @@@?

I have seen several references to the command @@@ in this newsgroup, but 
a query of the online Documentation Center just refers me to Apply (@@). 
What does it do and where can I read about it?



Kevin J. McCann
Research Associate Professor
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University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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Baltimore, MD 21250

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