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SlotSequence


represents the sequence of arguments supplied to a pure function.
##n
represents the sequence of arguments supplied to a pure function, starting with the ^(th) argument.
  • is used to represent sequences of arguments in pure functions of the form body& or Function[body].
  • A sequence of arguments supplied to a pure function is "spliced" into the body of the function wherever and so on appear.
represents the complete sequence of arguments supplied to the pure function:
Start with the second argument:
represents the complete sequence of arguments supplied to the pure function:
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Start with the second argument:
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is short for , all arguments of the function:
stands for all arguments starting with the second:
Programmatically insert a list of iterators into a Table:
Numerically integrate over 1000 variables:
The raw object corresponding to is a Sequence:
#n stands for a single argument:
If too few arguments are provided, a message is generated:
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