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specify the coordinate that is acted on. If the index entry is omitted, the last co-

ordinate (columns) is acted on. If the eB form is used, then the first coordinate

is acted on:

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\The first coordinate (plane) is specified;

the planes are reversed.

rt, I:: 2 ::I n

LThe second coordinate (rows) is specified;

the rows in each plane are reversed.

tD c 3 ::I n

--The third coordinate (columns) is

specified; the columns in each plane are

reversed.

(D A

L The last coordinate is acted on.

@A

--The first coordinate is acted on.

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