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Apr 24, 2024, 10:29:06 PMApr 24

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Was checking the subject page and noted a dangling phrase (see underlined below):

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https://code.jsoftware.com/wiki/Vocabulary/icapdot

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1. I. y is the same as (y # i. # y)

2. If an atom of y is greater than 1, the corresponding index is repeated.

3. I.^:_1 (the obverse of I.) gives the frequencies of the atoms of y, which must be nonnegative. The atom with index i gives the number of occurrences of i in y.

follows from 1.

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Maybe it was intended as a note - not sure.

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https://code.jsoftware.com/wiki/Vocabulary/icapdot

More Information

1. I. y is the same as (y # i. # y)

2. If an atom of y is greater than 1, the corresponding index is repeated.

3. I.^:_1 (the obverse of I.) gives the frequencies of the atoms of y, which must be nonnegative. The atom with index i gives the number of occurrences of i in y.

follows from 1.

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Maybe it was intended as a note - not sure.

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