Description Usage Arguments Details Examples
The function merges a number of lists in sequential order
modifyList, that is, the later list always
modifies the former list and form a merged list, and the
resulted list is again being merged with the next list.
The process is repeated until all lists in
list are exausted.
List merging is usually useful in the merging of program settings or configuraion with multiple versions across time, or multiple administrative levels. For example, a program settings may have an initial version in which most keys are defined and specified. In later versions, partial modifications are recorded. In this case, list merging can be useful to merge all versions of settings in release order of these versions. The result is an fully updated settings with all later modifications applied.
1 2 3 4
$a  2 $b $b$x  3 $b$y  1 $b$z  2
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