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Re: Table with conditions

Many thanks for the answers to my post. All the suggested solutions worked very well for my problem.
Jesus Rico-Melgoza

El 27/06/2011, a las 06:32, Heike Gramberg escribi=F3:

> For each k you want -hi<=l<=hi, and -h-k<=l<=h-k. This can be combined to Max[-hi,-h-k]<=l<=Min[hi,h-k]].
> You could therefore write P1 according to
> P1 = Flatten[
>  Table[{Pk[k].Fl[l], k + l}, {k, -h, h}, {l, Max[-hi, -h - k],
>    Min[hi, h - k]}], 1]
> Heike.
> On 26 Jun 2011, at 11:25, J. Jesus Rico Melgoza wrote:
>> I am constructing a Table
>> h=60
>> hi=60
>> P1 = Flatten[
>>   Table[{Pk[k].Fl[l], k + l}, {k, -h,
>>     h}, {l, -hi, hi}], 1]
>> This yields a table with two columns. First column contains vector of order n and column 2 contains an scalar
>> I want to add conditions to generate the elements in the Table
>> -h<=k+l<=h.
>> I do not know how to do this with the function Table[..] of Mathematica. I am asking for your help.
>> I do not want rows in my table that do not satisfy the condition.
>> Pk[k] is matrix and Fl[l] is a column vector
>> Thanks in advance
>> Jesus Rico-Melgoza

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