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Last   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Last[expr] gives the last element in expr.
\[LastPage]   (Mathematica Character Name)
MATHEMATICA CHARACTER NAME Tutorials ▼ Letters and Letter-like Forms Related Guides ▼ Listing of Named Characters URL ▼ ref/character/LastPage Copy Mathematica URL Copy web ...
Most   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Most[expr] gives expr with the last element removed.
Using Previous Results   (Mathematica Tutorial)
In doing calculations, you will often need to use previous results that you have got. In Mathematica, % always stands for your last result. Ways to refer to your previous ...
Getting Pieces of Lists   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Picking out elements of lists. We will use this list for the examples. Here is the last element of t.
Take   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Take[list, n] gives the first n elements of list. Take[list, -n] gives the last n elements of list. Take[list, {m, n}] gives elements m through n of list. Take[list, seq_1, ...
Part   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
expr[[i]] or Part[expr, i] gives the i\[Null]^th part of expr. expr[[-i]] counts from the end. expr[[i, j, ...]] or Part[expr, i, j, ...] is equivalent to expr[[i]][[j]] .... ...
Use Shorthand Notations   (Mathematica How To)
Shorthand notations are a part of Mathematica 's rich syntax system that allows multiple ways to feed arguments to functions. In addition to creating compact code, using ...
Parts of Expressions   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture allows immediate generalization of part-oriented list operations to arbitrary expressions—supporting operations both on individual ...
Elements of Lists   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides a carefully chosen set of functions for accessing elements of lists either using indices or positions, or using patterns or criteria for their values.
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