»flatten Function

flatten takes a list and replaces any elements that are lists with a flattened sequence of the list contents.

»Examples

> flatten([["a", "b"], [], ["c"]])
["a", "b", "c"]

If any of the nested lists also contain directly-nested lists, these too are flattened recursively:

> flatten([[["a", "b"], []], ["c"]])
["a", "b", "c"]

Indirectly-nested lists, such as those in maps, are not flattened.

»Related Functions

  • setproduct finds all of the combinations of multiple lists or sets of values, which can also be useful when preparing collections for use with for_each constructs.