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Add an @Formula to generate a list of consecutive integers

To get a list of consecutive integers in formula language without using an @For loop, you currently have to get creative using predefined lists of digits, the permutation operators and @Subset. It would be handy to have an @Formula that gives you a list of consecutive integers of a specified length with an optional start value (defaulting to 0).

  • Guest
  • Aug 20 2020
  • Needs review
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  • Guest commented
    4 Sep, 2020 10:51am

    That's fine if you know how many numbers you need in advance, but it's awkward if the amount is determined by a variable at runtime. It would also be nice to be able to get the exact amount you need without having to take a @Subset (or knowing the prime factors).

  • Guest commented
    27 Aug, 2020 07:42am

    What the heck is wrong with numbers := 0:20:40:60 *+ 0:5:10:15 *+ 1:2:3:4:5; ?