Creating a List with 2 sub-lists - Is this possible


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Hello,

I wish to create a list of trials that will be comprised of 2 other lists of trials that I have created. Is this possible? Is the following syntax admissible? 


<List listA>
/items = (trial1, trial2, trial3)
</listA>

<List listB>
/items = (trial4, trial5, trial6)
</listB>

<List BigList>
/items = (sublista, sublistb)
</Biglist>

Thanks


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It is possible to create a "list of lists", but your syntax is wrong. See e.g. https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost16717.aspx

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Thanks!

Would it be possible to use the / itemprobabilities attribute on the masterlist (Biglist in my example) in order to enlarge the poolsize in a different proportion than 1:1?



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Yes.
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Would it also be possible to create a list that is comprised of listA and listB. ListA is a list of regular trials, while listB is actually also comprised of two other lists of trials?



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Yes, that should work in the exact same way.

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