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How can I write a Do loop that iterates over N iterators when N is not known a-priori?
For any positive integer $n$ which is not specified a priori, I can make $n$-tuple vector $v$ by
v = Array[a, 1, n]
. Now, given that $n$ is a positive integer which ...
May 19 '13 at 21:07
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