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aplat

Flattens a list.

Syntax

[lf,ind] = aplat(l,r)

Arguments

l

a list

r

an optional flat list

lf

a flat list (a single hierachical level)

ind

a list, each entry give the path of the corresponding lf entry in the original list

Description

Creates a flat list, built with the initial l list leaves and if given prepended by the r list entries

Examples

[lf,ind]=aplat(list(1,2,list([3,1],'xxx',list([3,2,1]))))

See also

  • recons — Inverse function for aplat.
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