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Re: Flattening out subexpressions

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  • Subject: [mg6810] Re: [mg6777] Flattening out subexpressions
  • From: seanross at
  • Date: Mon, 21 Apr 1997 02:00:44 -0400 (EDT)
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Xah Lee wrote:
> At 2:37 AM -0400 4/18/97, seanross at wrote:
> >Does anyone know how to conveniently partition a 64x64x2x3 array into a
> >64x64x6 array, effectively Flatten-ing out the innermost dimension?
> >Flatten seems to work from the top down.  My first guess is to first
> >Flatten, then Partition.  Is there a better way?
> Can be done with one Flatten command by giving a second argument as a level
> specifier.
>  Xah
>  xah at
>>  Mountain View, CA, USA

Unfortunately, Flatten[expr,level] does not do this.  It flattens 
everything down to the specified level.  I only want to Flatten the 
third level and leave the first and second levels untouched.

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