# infix (.), infix ⊍

Documentation for infix `(.), infix ⊍`

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# language documentation Sets, bags, and mixes

## (Sets, bags, and mixes) infix (.), infix ⊍

Returns the Baggy **multiplication** of its arguments. More information.

# language documentation Operators

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## (Operators) infix (.), infix ⊍

multi sub infix:<(.)>(**)multi sub infix:<⊍>(**)

Baggy multiplication operator.

Returns the Baggy **multiplication** of its arguments, i.e., a Bag that contains each element of the arguments with the weights of the element across the arguments multiplied together to get the new weight. Returns a Mix if any of the arguments is a Mixy.

say <a b c> (.) <a b c d>; # OUTPUT: «Bag(a, b, c)»# Since 1 * 0 == 0, in the case of 'd'say <a a b c a d> ⊍ bag(<a a b c c>); # OUTPUT: «Bag(a(6), b, c(2))»

`⊍`

is equivalent to `(.)`

, at codepoint U+228D (MULTISET MULTIPLICATION).