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  • Subject: [mg29421] Rows
  • From: JikaiRF at
  • Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 05:35:38 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

I am contributing a report in an attached file:


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  "Dear member of MathGroup:\nI would like to report a problem with ",
  ". \nMy trouble is as follows:\nConsider two rows such as A={a,b,c} and \
B={d,e,f}.  Under the above assumption, I would like to obtain a following \
row C={{{a,d},{b,e},{c,f}}.  \nI programmed in this way;\n\t\
C={{A[[1]],B[[1]]}, {A[[2]], B[[2]]}, {A[[3]], B[[3]]}}.\n\nI obtained a \
required conclusion, but my programming needs too many steps such as \
{A[[100]],B[[100]]}.  In fact, I suppose that the rows consist of more 500 \
elements.  So, I hope to know easier programming with ",
  ".\n\n\tP.S. My ",
  "  is 3.0 version for Macintosh.\n\t\n\tSincerely,\n\tFujio Takata\n\t\
JIkaiRF at"
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    Thank you.
    Fujio Takata

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