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michel_berne201
New Contributor
Hi, 


Do you know  a way to right this without the ' char ?

~'[a;b]

It is suppose to mean each but I tried ~ each [a;b] without success ?


Thank you 


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collin_ola
New Contributor
Are a and b defined to be anything? (Perhaps lists, hence the ' ?) q)a:1 q)b:2 q)~[a;b] q)0b

cbiggs
New Contributor
What is the context here, what are a and b?
Also, ' means each-both, not each. It can resolve to an each at times depending on it's use

As always when asking forums for advice, giving some replicable examples will go a long way.

pauljloughran
New Contributor
I guess you could do something like this:

.[~;] each flip (a;b)

Why do you not want to use ' ? Is your keyboard broken? 😉

Regards,
Paul