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 == Creating and exploding composite items == == Creating and exploding composite items ==
 The interactive stack makes it simple to create composite objects:\\ The interactive stack makes it simple to create composite objects:\\
-Pressing **MUL** will create a vector with the items in the selection or at the cursor position. If the items include vectors or individual items of compatible dimensions, it will create a matrix.\\+Pressing **MUL** will create a vector with the items in the selection or at the cursor position. If the items include vectors or individual items of compatible dimensions, it will create a matrix. It is flexible with the arrangement of individual items and vectors, as long as there is one vector that determines the number of columns in the matrix, individual items can be used to fill the matrix in row order.\\
 Pressing **SUB** when there'​s exactly 2 items selected will create a complex number.\\ Pressing **SUB** when there'​s exactly 2 items selected will create a complex number.\\
 Pressing **ADD** will create a list with the items in the selection or at the cursor position.\\ Pressing **ADD** will create a list with the items in the selection or at the cursor position.\\
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