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- NAME:
*wordoftableaux* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT wordoftableaux(OP a,b)*

- NAME:
*rowwordoftableaux* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT rowwordoftableaux(OP a,b)*

- NAME:
*columnwordoftableaux* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT columnwordoftableaux(OP a,b)*

Example:Here is an example:In case you enter the tableau... scan(TABLEAUX,a); println(a); wordoftableaux(a,b);println(b); rowwordoftableaux(a,c);println(c); columnwordoftableaux(a,d);println(d); ...5 6 7

1 2 3 4

the output will look as follows:

5 6 7

1 2 3 4

[4,3,2,1,7,6,5]

[4,3,2,1,7,6,5]

[5,1,6,2,7,3,4]

Please note that

wordoftableauxalso gives the row word of the tableau, it is simply the default value.

In order to access the rows and columns of the tableaux, we have routines which give you the last and first index of the entries:

- NAME:
*spaltenanfang* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT spaltenanfang(OP a, INT b)* - DESCRIPTION: returns the row number of the first entry in the column
labeled by
*b.*If*b*is a index which is too big it returns the value of*s_t_hi(a).* - ERROR: if
*b*is negative you get an error

- NAME:
*spaltenende* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT spaltenende(OP a, INT b)* - DESCRIPTION: returns the row number of the last entry in the column
labeled by
*b*. If*b*is an index which is too big it returns*-1L* - ERROR: if
*b*is negative you get an error

- NAME:
*zeilenanfang* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT zeilenanfang(OP a, INT b)* - DESCRIPTION: returns the column number of the first entry in the row
labeled by
*b.*If*b*is an index which is too big it returns the value of*s_t_li(a).* - ERROR: if
*b*is negative you get an error

- NAME:
*zeilenende* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT zeilenende(OP a, INT b)* - DESCRIPTION: returns the column number of the last entry in the row
labeled by
*b.*If*b*is an index which is too big it returns*-1L* - ERROR: if
*b*is negative you get an error

- NAME:
*inhalt_tableau* - SYNOPOSIS:
*INT inhalt_tableau(OP a,b)*

- NAME:
*m_matrix_umriss* - SYNOPSIS:
*INT m_matrix_umriss(OP a,b)*

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last changed: November 19, 2001

Words, rows, columns, content, shape |