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Further Examples: MapAt

This specifies that f is mapped across the list at position only.

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Here f is mapped on the second position of the first element.

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To avoid ambiguity when there is more than one part specification, you must put each of them in a separate sublist.

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Here is a matrix.

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This replaces all the elements of the second row and the first element of the third row by zeros.

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