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Topic: how to make a list of rules with 2 other lists composed by different kinds of elements
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nanobio9

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Re: how to make a list of rules with 2 other lists composed by
Posted: Jul 1, 2012 2:10 AM
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> Dear all,
>
> I want to generate a list composed by rules. That is,
>
> I have two list
> First one:
> list1={1, 2, 3}
> The elements of this list are Integers.
> Map[Head, list1] = {Integer, Integer, Integer}
>
> Second one:
> list2= {"file1", "file2", "file3"}
> The elements of this list are Strings.
> Map[Head, list2] = {String, String, String}
>
>
> What I want is to have a new list like
> list3= {1 -> "file1", 2 -> "file2", 3 -> "file3"}
> Map[Head, list3] = {Rule, Rule, Rule}
>
> Yes, of cause I can generate a list of rule manually. But what I have are
> two big list of many elements and they are the output of other codes. So,
> in real life this would be a part of big program. That is why I want to
> generate the rule list automatically from list1 and list2. How could I do
> this in a simple way? Thank you for your help.
>
> Best regards,
> Joug


Hi, the example you posted was so simple that the solution should be as simple as
list3 = Inner[ Rule, list1, list2, List ]
But if you are actually talking about more complicated cases, please tell us more about the difficulties you had.

Best.




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