What is graph for? [was:Re: [PD] What does number2 for?]

Kyle Klipowicz kyleklip at gmail.com
Thu Oct 12 19:07:37 CEST 2006

Hmm, it would be nice if [table] allowed all the niceities of arrays, just
by typing in optional extra variables.

For instance [table foo 100 save last GOP poly], would make GOP polygonal
array which saves it's contents in the last graph.  Dunno if that's a really
good example, but the general idea would be nice.  Especially if it included
ranges and such too.

Would this be difficult to implement?


On 10/12/06, james tittle <tigital at mac.com> wrote:
> On Oct 11, 2006, at 3:57 PM, Mike McGonagle wrote:
> > On 10/11/06, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
> >> Personally I don't use this functionality at all in real life. I
> >> don't
> >> even use arrays in real life a lot, I only use [table].
> >
> > Alright, this begs the question...
> >
> > What are the finer points on the differences between an array and a
> > table? I thought they were functionally the same, and I was under the
> > impression that these names were more of an historical oddity, and not
> > so much a functionality difference...
> ...I also have a question related to this, or possibly a bug?  On
> OSX, I can't seem to "save contents" of tables, but it works if I
> just create an array...one difference between the two is that upon
> creation of an array, the "save contents" box is already checked in
> the array preference panel:  when creating a table, this box is
> unchecked...
> ...does anyone see this on other platforms?
> james
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