Class | Global |
Name | : |
Arguments | <expression> : <expression> |
The colon separates the members of a sequence of algebraic expressions. Its main function is to allow multiple expressions in the branches of an if-then-else statement. Sequences of bracketted algebraic expressions (on the same line) are separated by implicit colons.
Example:
>> if (a==1) then a=a+1 : b=a^2 else c=a+b >> (1+1) (2+2)
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