Functions Index :: A :: ArrayPlex
ArrayPlex(string arr01, string arr02, string "arr03", string "arr04", ... , string "arr20")
Multiplexes the arrays passed as arguments (arr01, arr02, ...) and returns the resulting array. 
Multiplexing is performed by taking sequentially one element of each array and appending it to the resulting array. In effect the function creates a matrix with each array being a column of the matrix, in the order that they are passed to the function.
ax = ArrayRange(0, 500, 50)
# y coordinates
ay = "0,100,160,210,240,250,260,250,240,220,190"
# (x,y) coordinates
coords = ArrayPlex(ax, ay)
# coords == "0,0,50,100,100,160,150,210,..."
# or in a more visually evident arrangement
: The function can handle up to 20 arguments. This number is chosen as a good balance between usability and speed. If more arguments are needed use an array and the ArraySum function, or a suitable function of the array package.