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Convert function of range variables to a vector

Convert function of range variables to a vector

Convert function of range variables to a vector

(OP)
Hello,

I am evaluating several functions with a range of variables ( x:=0...100 ).  Now I want to pick the i_th element from these functions and use that as an input to a new function that evaluates a range of variables.  I would like to do this iteratively, so that the new function then picks the i+1 element and evaluates the same range of variables.

This would be easy if the functions were arrays, but they are range variables.  Therefore, I can't sequentially pick elements and use them in a new function.  

Or can I?  Is there a way to convert the results from a function with range variables into a vector?

Thank You,
Spinoza

RE: Convert function of range variables to a vector

V[x:=x

RE: Convert function of range variables to a vector

(OP)
Thank you for the response.  Could you explain how to use the V[x:=x command.

RE: Convert function of range variables to a vector

(OP)
No need for the explanation.  Got it.  Thanks again.

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