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- Built-in Function:
**sum***(*`x`) - Built-in Function:
**sum***(*`x`,`dim`) - Built-in Function:
**sum***(…, "native")* - Built-in Function:
**sum***(…, "double")* - Built-in Function:
**sum***(…, "extra")* Sum of elements along dimension

`dim`. If`dim`is omitted, it defaults to the first non-singleton dimension.If the optional argument

`"native"`

is given, then the sum is performed in the same type as the original argument, rather than in the default double type. For example:sum ([true, true]) ⇒ 2 sum ([true, true], "native") ⇒ true

On the contrary, if

`"double"`

is given, the sum is performed in double precision even for single precision inputs.For double precision inputs,

`"extra"`

indicates that a more accurate algorithm than straightforward summation is to be used. For single precision inputs,`"extra"`

is the same as`"double"`

. Otherwise,`"extra"`

has no effect.

- Built-in Function:
**prod***(*`x`) - Built-in Function:
**prod***(*`x`,`dim`) Product of elements along dimension

`dim`. If`dim`is omitted, it defaults to the first non-singleton dimension.

- Built-in Function:
**cumsum***(*`x`) - Built-in Function:
**cumsum***(*`x`,`dim`) - Built-in Function:
**cumsum***(…, "native")* - Built-in Function:
**cumsum***(…, "double")* - Built-in Function:
**cumsum***(…, "extra")* Cumulative sum of elements along dimension

`dim`. If`dim`is omitted, it defaults to the first non-singleton dimension.See

`sum`

for an explanation of the optional parameters`"native"`

,`"double"`

, and`"extra"`

.

- Built-in Function:
**cumprod***(*`x`) - Built-in Function:
**cumprod***(*`x`,`dim`) Cumulative product of elements along dimension

`dim`. If`dim`is omitted, it defaults to the first non-singleton dimension.

- Built-in Function:
**sumsq***(*`x`) - Built-in Function:
**sumsq***(*`x`,`dim`) Sum of squares of elements along dimension

`dim`. If`dim`is omitted, it defaults to the first non-singleton dimension.This function is conceptually equivalent to computing

sum (x .* conj (x), dim)

but it uses less memory and avoids calling

`conj`

if`x`is real.

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