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Re: Displaying results in a column


AES wrote:
> I don't know if the following is legal or not or what dangers may lurk 
> within it, and I recognize that other more formal methods exist, but if 
> you just want to display a list (meaning the results from evaluating a 
> series of expressions in that list) as a series of individual lines, the 
> input syntax
> 
> {expr1, "\n"expr2, "\n"expr3, "\n"expr4, . . . }
> 
> seems to work just fine --  and could hardly be simpler to code.
> 
Note that as written, you are actually multiplying the subsequent 
expressions by the string "\n"! If one of your expressions happens to 
evaluate to 1, you will get a surprise! You should use Column, as others 
have already pointed out.

David Bailey
http://www.dbaileyconsultancy.co.uk


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