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I have a undefined function $\phi[i,j]$ where $i=0,1,...,m$ and $i=0,1,...,n$.

How can I generate this list:

{$\phi[0,0],\phi[1,0],...,\phi[m,0],\phi[0,1],\phi[1,1],...\phi[m,1],\phi[0,2],...,\phi[m,n]$}

where I have all the iterations of $i$ and $j$ on the $\phi$ function?

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    $\begingroup$ Try Array, for example: Flatten[Array[f, {5, 4}]] $\endgroup$ – bill s May 15 at 20:31
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    $\begingroup$ Perhaps Tuples[φ[Range[0, 3], Range[0, 2]]] $\endgroup$ – Carl Woll May 15 at 20:34
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It's as straightforward as:

m = 10;
n = 10;
Flatten[Table[f[i, j], {i, 1, m}, {j, 1, n}]]

(*{f[1, 1], f[1, 2], f[1, 3], f[1, 4], f[1, 5], f[1, 6], f[1, 7], 
  f[1, 8], f[1, 9], f[1, 10], f[2, 1], f[2, 2], f[2, 3], f[2, 4], 
  f[2, 5], f[2, 6], f[2, 7], f[2, 8], f[2, 9], f[2, 10], f[3, 1], 
  f[3, 2], f[3, 3], f[3, 4], f[3, 5], f[3, 6], f[3, 7], f[3, 8], 
  f[3, 9], f[3, 10], f[4, 1], f[4, 2], f[4, 3], f[4, 4], f[4, 5], 
  f[4, 6], f[4, 7], f[4, 8], f[4, 9], f[4, 10], f[5, 1], f[5, 2], 
  f[5, 3], f[5, 4], f[5, 5], f[5, 6], f[5, 7], f[5, 8], f[5, 9], 
  f[5, 10], f[6, 1], f[6, 2], f[6, 3], f[6, 4], f[6, 5], f[6, 6], 
  f[6, 7], f[6, 8], f[6, 9], f[6, 10], f[7, 1], f[7, 2], f[7, 3], 
  f[7, 4], f[7, 5], f[7, 6], f[7, 7], f[7, 8], f[7, 9], f[7, 10], 
  f[8, 1], f[8, 2], f[8, 3], f[8, 4], f[8, 5], f[8, 6], f[8, 7], 
  f[8, 8], f[8, 9], f[8, 10], f[9, 1], f[9, 2], f[9, 3], f[9, 4], 
  f[9, 5], f[9, 6], f[9, 7], f[9, 8], f[9, 9], f[9, 10], f[10, 1], 
  f[10, 2], f[10, 3], f[10, 4], f[10, 5], f[10, 6], f[10, 7], f[10, 8],
  f[10, 9], f[10, 10]} *)
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