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Sequence   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Sequence[expr_1, expr_2, ...] represents a sequence of arguments to be spliced automatically into any function.
Sequence Alignment & Comparison   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica includes state-of-the-art algorithms for sequence alignment and comparison, capable of handling strings and lists containing very large numbers of elements.
SequenceHold   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SequenceHold is an attribute that specifies that Sequence objects appearing in the arguments of a function should not automatically be flattened out.
SlotSequence   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
## represents the sequence of arguments supplied to a pure function. ## n represents the sequence of arguments supplied to a pure function, starting with the ...
PatternSequence   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
PatternSequence[p_1, p_2, ...] is a pattern object which represents a sequence of arguments matching p_1, p_2, ....
BlankSequence   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
__(two _characters) or BlankSequence[] is a pattern object that can stand for any sequence of one or more Mathematica expressions. __h or BlankSequence[h] can stand for any ...
Sequences   (Mathematica Tutorial)
The function Flatten allows you to explicitly flatten out all sublists. FlattenAt lets you specify at what positions you want sublists flattened. Sequence objects ...
BlankNullSequence   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
___(three _characters) or BlankNullSequence[] is a pattern object that can stand for any sequence of zero or more Mathematica expressions. ___h or BlankNullSequence[h] can ...
Integer Sequences   (Mathematica Guide)
The symbolic character of Mathematica makes possible a uniquely coherent approach to integer sequences, integrating functional forms, equations, generating functions, and ...
Sequences of Operations   (Mathematica Tutorial)
In doing a calculation with Mathematica, you usually go through a sequence of steps. If you want to, you can do each step on a separate line. Often, however, you will find it ...
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