# is the first argument of a pure function,
#n the nth,
## are all variables and
##n all beginning with the nth variable.
Now, I would like to access the last argument. In a list, this would be
mylist[[-1]]. Additionally, I would like to access all but the last argument which would be
Drop[mylist,-1] for a list. Can this be achieved and if yes, how?
The reason for this is that I would like to pass all but the last argument to another function which can take different numbers of input arguments. Of course, I could change the order of the arguments, taking the last argument first, but this makes the arguments appear in a less logical order.
If I wanted to write
f2 as a pure function, how would I do this?