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 Feb 27 awarded Popular Question Aug 5 awarded Popular Question Jan 23 awarded Scholar Jan 23 accepted Assign the output of a loop Jan 23 comment Assign the output of a loop i needed exactly that Last function! thx Jan 23 awarded Commentator Jan 23 comment Assign the output of a loop thx jVincent, is there anyway to get rid of Null in the code, without doing it manually Jan 23 comment Assign the output of a loop hi, @ b.gatessucks and image_doctor , i would like to use Table but the code i have is bit complex, i am not sure if it is also possible with Tabel my For-Loop looks like this For[p = 1, p < Length[lss] - 20, q = p; dx = lss[[q, 2]]; ds = lss[[q, 3]]; For[r = 1, ds <= dx, ds = ds + lss[[++q, 3]], r++] Print[{lss[[p, 1]], lss[[q, 1]], 10*(lss[[p, 1]] - lss[[q, 1]])}] p++] Jan 23 asked Assign the output of a loop Jan 22 awarded Student Jan 18 comment Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion @Jens, i must admit this has been a moving-target question. In future i ll be preciser. Thanks again everyone :) Jan 17 comment Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion It doesnt satisfy my need of getting a table of values after running it, but thanks anyway Jan 17 comment Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion @belisarius I restated the question Jan 17 revised Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion rephrased the question and the added a pseudo code Jan 17 awarded Editor Jan 17 revised Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion changed the question and the added a pseudo code Jan 17 comment Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion hi, if i change the question, then anybody reading the thread would not understand the discussion following it Jan 16 comment Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion Hi, I have two functions Sinc[x1] and Sinc[x2-T], x100=1, x2 =200, T a real number; Pseudocode: for x=100 translate T till the first min of f2 coincide with peak of f1 print print {x1, T} repeat the same procedure for x=105 That would be all! Thanks in advance everyone Jan 16 asked Finding resolution of an optical system using Rayleigh criterion