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Re: pick out an element from list

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  • Subject: [mg98052] Re: [mg98011] pick out an element from list
  • From: Adriano Pascoletti <adriano.pascoletti at dimi.uniud.it>
  • Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2009 02:43:10 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <200903281040.FAA04302@smc.vnet.net>

If L is your list

(Delete[L, #1] - L[[#1]] & ) /@ Range[Length[L]]


gives you the result.

Example


In[3]:= L = RandomInteger[100, {5}]
Out[3]= {63, 59, 75, 17, 99}
In[4]:= (Delete[L, #1] - L[[#1]] & ) /@ Range[Length[L]]
Out[4]= {{-4, 12, -46, 36}, {4, 16, -42, 40}, {-12, -16, -58, 24},
   {46, 42, 58, 82}, {-36, -40, -24, -82}}


Adriano Pascoletti


2009/3/28 bahadir <bahadirgurbuz54 at hotmail.com>

> i have a list with n element.i want to pick out an element from the list,
> and to deduct the element from all the other residual elements. This proc=
ess
> is the first step. i must apply all elements of the list, invariably.
> Namely, in conclusion, i will obtain n list with n-1 elements. now, i wil=
l
> try to explain as numerically. let element number of the list be 2500. an=
d i
> am picking out the first element of the list. and i'm deducting the first
> element from the residual elements of the list. and now, i have a list wi=
th
> 2499 elements.after that, i'm passing the second element, and i'm applyin=
g
> the same processes. =FD can't do this, can anyone help me???
>
>



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