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Re: Symmetrizing function arguments

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This may help: 'f' takes 2 or more arguments,
then passes them in 'g' in your desired order:

Clear[f, g];
f[a_, b__] := g[Apply[Sequence, Sort[{a, b}] // Reverse]]




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