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I got this example in Mathematica references.
v = ToExpression["a" <> ToString[#]] & /@ Range[1,44]
Could someone explain to me the function of the term #? There is another way to get the same result?
And how could I relate v list with another list of 44 lists in it one by one?
The result would be something like:
a1=3 a2=54 ... a44=46