2019.05.18 08:46 PM
Basic stuff, but I guess my brain has grown a bit fuzzy lately. I have a function func[parA;parB] that returns a list of dictionaries, as many as parB’s razed lengths. Both parA and parB are lists, with parB itself a function g[parA]. Quick illustration:
parB is actually g[parA]: (`x1`y1; `x2`y2`z2)
Main "unprocessed" func[parA; g[parA]] should output something like:
The internal function processing is OK, but less so for calling it(!):
func[;]’[`a; g `a] is fine for atom components of parA... but
func[;]’[parA][g’[parA]] yields a length error… What am I doing wrong ?
2019.05.22 09:47 PM
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