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Read_hashed_array

Function: read_hashed_array (<S>, <A>)

array (A, 2, 3);
read_array (file_search ("array.data"), A, comma);
arraylist (A);
A;
read_hashed_array (file_search ("array.data"), B, comma);
arraylist (B);
B[Schmidt];

Function: read_hashed_array (<S>, <A>, <separator_flag>) Reads the source <S> and returns its entire content as a hashed array. The source <S> may be a file name or a stream.

read_hashed_array treats the first item on each line as a hash key, and associates the remainder of the line (as a list) with the key. For example, the line 567 12 17 32 55 is equivalent to A[567]: [12, 17, 32, 55]$. Lines need not have the same numbers of elements.

The recognized values of <separator_flag> are comma, pipe, semicolon, and space. If <separator_flag> is not specified, the file is assumed space-delimited.

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array([arrx,arry],101);

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array-if

array(rs,5);

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array-do-if-listarray-plot2d-sin
plot2d([f,[discrete,rx,ry],[discrete,pointx,pointy]],[x,0,6.28],[style,lines,points,points]);

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i:0;

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array-fillarray-listarray

array(P, 4, 3);

fillarray(P, ...

listarray(P);

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array-listarray-pi

array (aa, 2, 3);

aa [2, 3] : %pi;

aa [1, 2] : %e;

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array-arrayinfo-listarray

array (P,3,1);

arrayinfo (P);

i:1;

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