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  • Subject: [mg125522] Creating List
  • From: Harry <hvdosten at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2012 02:51:08 -0500 (EST)
  • Delivered-to: l-mathgroup@mail-archive0.wolfram.com

Hi out there,


I have calculated some x- and y-values and want to combine them in a
way that the x and y-values define coordinates. Well, I have:

xkoor[i], {i, 1, iend} and
ykoor[j], {j, 1, jend}


To be able to continue I need this list:

{{xkoor[1],ykoor[1]},
 {xkoor[2],ykoor[1]},
 {xkoor[3],ykoor[1]},
 {xkoor[4],ykoor[1]},
 {xkoor[1],ykoor[2]},
 {xkoor[2],ykoor[2]},
 {xkoor[3],ykoor[2]},
 {xkoor[4],ykoor[2]},
 {xkoor[1],ykoor[3]},
 {xkoor[2],ykoor[3]},
 {xkoor[3],ykoor[3]},
 {xkoor[4],ykoor[3]}}

and have no idea how to get this. So I would be very happy to get any
small hint...

Thanks a lot,

Harald





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