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GiulioC
02/19/07 05:25am

Hello All,

I am in trouble as I cannot find no way to obtain an ordered subsets of k elements with mathematica 5.2.
I didnt find any solutions...Mathematica
seems hadle just Permutations (n=r) or unordered subsets of k elements (KSubsets)as built-in functions. What I want is what is explained here
(http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Permutation.html) at the 8th text row ...but no Mathematica function is showed :(
Please note I dont want just the "number" of total rearrangements but I want
a named list of all subsets of k elements

Any solutions? I hope yes...

Cheers

Giulio


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obtaining an ordered subset of k elements GiulioC 02/19/07 05:25am
Re: obtaining an ordered subset of k elements yehuda ben-s... 02/20/07 03:10am
Re: Re: obtaining an ordered subset of k elements GiulioC 02/20/07 12:08pm
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