# Re: [Newbies] How does one create an array of points?

```Weird, but what do I know.

I see that this (a period separating each from the next) also works:```
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{1@1. 2@2. 3@3} => {1@1 . 2@2 . 3@3}

Thanks, all.

On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 11:29 AM, Ron Teitelbaum <r...@usmedrec.com> wrote:

> Hi Michael,
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> Good question!
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> {Point x:1 y:1. Point x:2 y:2.}
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> Itâ€™s not obvious!  Notice the periods after the end of each element.
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> All the best,
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> Ron Teitelbaum
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> *From:* beginners-boun...@lists.squeakfoundation.org [mailto:
> beginners-boun...@lists.squeakfoundation.org] *On Behalf Of *Michael Rice
> *Sent:* Monday, June 20, 2016 11:21 AM
> *To:* SqueakList
> *Subject:* [Newbies] How does one create an array of points?
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> I've been trying to create an array of points (in Squeak 5) but am failing
> badly. See below: first part => what I get when I exec "print it" on the
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> #(1@1 2@2) => #(1 #@ 1 2 #@ 2)
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> #((Point x: 1 y: 1) (Point x: 2 y: 2)) =>  #(#(#Point #x: 1 #y: 1)
> #(#Point #x: 2 #y: 2))
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> #(12 'b' \$c) => #(12 'b' \$c)
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> #(12 'b' \$c 1@1) => #(12 'b' \$c 1 #@ 1)
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> #(12 'b' \$c (1@1)) => #(12 'b' \$c #(1 #@ 1))
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> #(12 'b' \$c (Point x: 1 y: 1)) => #(12 'b' \$c #(#Point #x: 1 #y: 1))
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> Point x:1 y: 1 =>  1@1
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> (Point x:1 y: 1) => 1@1
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> #((Point x: 1 y: 1)) => #(#(#Point #x: 1 #y: 1))
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> #(1@1) => #(1 #@ 1)
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