

RedCrab can create and calculate multidimensional data arrays

The following section describes, how to handle onedimensional lists

To generate a list, a sequence of numbers or variables are written in square brackets and separated by commas



 The creation of a series from 2 to 8 shows the following example




A series expands automatically in steps of + / 1

Other step sizes can be generated by multiplying or dividing the array

In addition, step size can be specified in the array definition



 Series, values and variables can be combined




Mathematical formulas must be written in parentheses

In the definition of a series or step sizes, no formulas may be used



 A fraction bar is regarded as a value and must not be written in parentheses



 Fields are treated as normal values in calculations and they can be used with all operators and functions.



 The next example shows a result list, which contains four different values of four different arguments of f



 Access to individual components of a list are possible via the index


