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 Author Comment/Response Bill Simpson 09/14/12 02:52am This For[i = 1, i ≤ n, m = Input["Input a number to place in the list:"]; L = Append[L, m]; i++ ] needs to be this For[i = 1, i ≤ n, i++, m = Input["Input a number to place in the list:"]; L = Append[L, m]; ]; Next, you might do better if you kept track of the position of the minimum element rather than the value of the minimum element. Then you could use Take rather than Delete and that might be easier to understand and less likely to result in errors. Next, your xi[[n;;]] should probably be xi[[n]] URL: ,

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