# Category:Wren-seq

**Library**

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**Wren-seq** is a module which supplements the methods in the Wren programming language's Sequence and List classes with static methods in the Seq and Lst classes respectively.

It also adds new list-based FrozenList and Stack classes which do what you would expect from their names.

It is the sixth in a series of modules (listed on the language's main page) designed to assist with writing Rosetta Code tasks so the same code does not have to be written or copy/pasted time and time again thereby bloating a task's script code unnecessarily.

To use it you need to copy the source code (in the talk page) to a text file called *seq.wren* and place this in the same directory as the importing script so the command line interpreter can find it.

As there is a dependency on the *Wren-trait* module, you also need to copy that (if it is not already present) to the same directory as described here. Unless you are using classes in that module directly, there is no need to *import* them into your script and the *Cloneable* and *CloneableSeq* classes can even be imported via Wren-seq itself.

## Pages in category "Wren-seq"

The following 100 pages are in this category, out of 100 total.

### 2

### C

### D

### F

### K

### L

### M

### N

- Neighbour primes
- Numbers divisible by their individual digits, but not by the product of their digits.
- Numbers in base 10 that are palindromic in bases 2, 4, and 16
- Numbers which binary and ternary digit sum are prime
- Numbers whose count of divisors is prime
- Numbers with prime digits whose sum is 13

### P

- P-value correction
- Palindromic primes
- Parse EBNF
- Parsing/RPN calculator algorithm
- Parsing/RPN to infix conversion
- Parsing/Shunting-yard algorithm
- Piprimes
- Poker hand analyser
- Polynomial regression
- Positive decimal integers with the digit 1 occurring exactly twice
- Prime numbers p which sum of prime numbers less or equal to p is prime
- Prime numbers which contain 123
- Primes which contain only one odd digit
- Primes whose first and last number is 3
- Primes whose sum of digits is 25
- Primes with digits in nondecreasing order