This code does not work. Here is a better better explanation of the problem.I have two lists

{3 4 9 10}→⌊JONL1


{3 4 7}→⌊JONL5

I want to create a third variable

{3 4 7 9 10}→⌊OVER

That combine the two lists and remove the duplicates. I was surprised to find that the code below does not work

john massey wrote:

To augment something, you make it greater. This would (probably) work if both lists had the same number of elements, except elements one of ⌊JONL1 &⌊JONL5 would be added together to form element one of ⌊OVER, and same for every other element.
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