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mapc function is named and patterned
after that of CommonLisp, although it is not quite the same.
It provides a simple way of applying a function to many sets
of arguments, when the function has no return values.
mapc function accepts a block of lists and a
function, which must accept as many arguments as there are
lists in the block. On the first call to the given
function, it is passed the first element in each of
the given lists. On the second call, it recieves the
second element from each list. This continues until
one or more of the lists run out of elements:
Stack: [ [ "a" "b" "c" ]l [ 0 1 2 ]l | :: , , "\n" , ; mapc 0a 1b 2c Stack:
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