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= List((1,2), (2,3)) I can do scala> (0 **/:** l) {(a, i) => i._1 + a} res20: Int = 3 But I want to be able to name the tuple's elements. Something like:

http://stackoverflow.com/question...tuples-in-scala-with-destructuring

val newMap = Map[String, Double]() **/:** listOfMaps { (accumulator, m) => ... } Furthermore, I'd like to handle key collisions in a generic way. That is,

http://stackoverflow.com/question...-how-to-merge-a-collection-of-maps

start I have PDFs and CDFs for two custom distributions: nlDist and dplDist as you can see from the code dplDist builds upon nlDist. nlDist **/:**

http://stackoverflow.com/question...custom-distribution-in-mathematica

File(".") f: java.io.File = . scala> for (l <- f.listFiles) { | val src = Source.fromFile(l).getLines | println( (0 **/:** src) { (i, line) => i + 1 } ) | } 3658

http://stackoverflow.com/question...erunderflowexception-in-this-scala

but that didn't compile either: println( (""/:fruit)(_.length+_.length) ) Tags: scala foldLeft (or **/:)** takes (as second argument) a function which takes

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6045474/why-is-this-fold-incorrect

previously at: Calculating expectation for a custom distribution in Mathematica Some of it follows: nlDist **/:** PDF[nlDist[alpha_, beta_, mu_, sigma_], x_] :=

http://stackoverflow.com/question...ustom-distributions-in-mathematica

the up and down error rates for the specified network cards: if=`awk -v interface="$INTERFACE" '$1 ~ "^" interface ":" { split($0, a, **/:** */); $0 = a[2];

http://stackoverflow.com/question.../awk-are-these-statements-required

comparison operators? Scala's foldLeft ( **/:** ) operator: val list = List(4, 1, 8, 9) def add(a: Int, b: Int) = a + b val sum = (0 **/:** list)(add) Takes three

http://stackoverflow.com/question...rators-besides-ternary-conditional

an error while running it. return ((a * b)/x) TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for **/:** 'int' and 'NoneType' May I know Why? Tags: python It's not

http://stackoverflow.com/question...why-nonetype-is-returned-in-python

What does "upvalue" mean in Mathematica and when to use them? What does "upvalue" mean in Mathematica and when to use them? To me, g **/:** f[g[x_]] :=

http://stackoverflow.com/question...n-mathematica-and-when-to-use-them