Yet, `N` cannot exceed `256`, for whatever reason.

This faster method is even already touched upon in TI|BD's page for seq(.

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Another simple question: How do I work around the ERR:INVALID DIM error in case I want to combine L1 and L2 into L1, but L1 is initially empty? If I set the dimension for L1 first to ex. one I get a 0 in L1(1).

]]>Ex. Numbers = 1,2,3,4,5

L1 = 6,2,3,4

Now I want L1 to be equal to 6,2,3,4,1,2,3,4,5

What is the easiest way to perform that operation?

I figured out I could do it with one number at the time:

1->L1(dim(L1)+1

2->L1(dim(L1)+1

3->L1(dim(L1)+1

4->L1(dim(L1)+1

5->L1(dim(L1)+1

But I'm quite confident there exist a better way (tried {1,2,3,4,5}->L1(dim(L1)+1 but ofc it doesnt work).

Can anyone help? :)

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