This functionality does not run in MATLAB.
zip(list1, list2, f) zip(list1, list2, f, default)
zip(list1, list2, f) combines two lists via a function f. It returns a list whose i-th entry is f(list1[i], list2[i]). Its length is the minimum of the lengths of the two input lists.
zip(list1, list2, f, default) returns a list whose length is the maximum of the lengths of the two input lists. The shorter list is padded with the default value.
If f produces the void object of type DOM_NULL, then this element is removed from the resulting list.
zip is recommended for fast manipulation of lists. It is a function of the system kernel.
The fastest way of adding the entries of two lists is to 'zip' them via the function _plus:
zip([a, b, c, d], [1, 2, 3, 4], _plus)
If the input lists have different lengths, then the shorter list determines the length of the returned list:
zip([a, b, c, d], [1, 2], _plus)
The longer list determines the length of the returned list if a value for padding the shorter list is provided:
zip([a, b, c, d], [1, 2], _plus, 17)
lists of arbitrary MuPAD® objects
Any MuPAD object. Typically, a function of two arguments.
Any MuPAD object