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;Take[ <List>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n> ]
 
;Take[ <List>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n> ]
 
:Returns a list containing the elements from position ''m'' to ''n'' of the initial list.
 
:Returns a list containing the elements from position ''m'' to ''n'' of the initial list.
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:{{example| 1=<div><code><nowiki>Take[{2, 4, 3, 7, 4}, 3, 4]</nowiki></code> yields ''{3, 7}''.</div>}}
 
;Take[ <Text>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n>]
 
;Take[ <Text>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n>]
 
:Returns a text containing the elements from position ''m'' to ''n'' of the initial text.
 
:Returns a text containing the elements from position ''m'' to ''n'' of the initial text.
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:{{example| 1=<div><code><nowiki>Take["GeoGebra", 3, 6]</nowiki></code> yields the text ''oGeb''.</div>}}
 
==CAS Syntax==
 
==CAS Syntax==
 
;Take[ <List>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n>]
 
;Take[ <List>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n>]

Revision as of 14:08, 9 July 2012


Take[ <List>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n> ]
Returns a list containing the elements from position m to n of the initial list.
Example:
Take[{2, 4, 3, 7, 4}, 3, 4] yields {3, 7}.
Take[ <Text>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n>]
Returns a text containing the elements from position m to n of the initial text.
Example:
Take["GeoGebra", 3, 6] yields the text oGeb.

CAS Syntax

Take[ <List>, <Start Position m>, <End Position n>]
Returns a list containing the elements from position m to n of the initial list.
Example:
Take[{1, 2, a, 4, 5}, 2, 4] yields {2, a, 4}.
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