[om] Concatenation of lists ??

J H Davenport jhd at maths.bath.ac.uk
Tue Apr 24 12:33:54 CEST 2001

On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Paul Libbrecht wrote:
> A_1, .... A_k. We all know these.
> I believe the best way to express such a thing would be the map 
> application of the lists content dictionary.
I believe so too.
> Turns out... it is not too complete. Among others.... intervals seem 
> to be interpreted as lists and sets ??
I believe that integer_interval produces a list (the <OMV
name=IntegerInterval"> is more specific than that, but I don't think it
contradicts that) - see the example under map.
> I'd like to be able, also, to perform things like concatenation of 
> lists (like in A1,..., Ak-1, Ak+1, ..., An) and probably simple 
> removal an so on...
Yes indeed. I suspect that I shuld add such things to the list2 CD.
> So is the list symbol the proper thing to use ?
I believe so
> How is this translated to maple, for example ??
This is one I can't answer, not writing a Maple phrasebook.

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