# Category:Wren-seq

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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 88 pages are in this category, out of 88 total.

### 2

### C

### D

### F

### K

### L

### 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