### 5.40.25  Sum of list (or matrix) elements transformed by a function : count

count takes as argument : a real function f and a list l of length n (or a matrix A of dimension p*q).
count applies the function to the list (or matrix) elements and returns their sum, i.e. :
count(f,l) returns f(l[0])+f(l[1])+...+f(l[n-1]) or
count(f,A) returns f(A[0,0])+....+f(A[p-1,q-1]).
If f is a boolean function count returns the number of elements of the list (or of the matrix) for which the boolean function is true.
Input :

count((x)->x,[2,12,45,3,7,78])

Output :

147

because : 2+12+45+3+7+78=147.
Input :

count((x)->x<12,[2,12,45,3,7,78])

Output :

3

Input :

count((x)->x==12,[2,12,45,3,7,78])

Output :

1

Input :

count((x)->x>12,[2,12,45,3,7,78])

Output :

2

Input :

count(x->x`^`2,[3,5,1])

Output :

35

Indeed 32+52+11=35.
Input :

count(id,[3,5,1])

Output :

9

Indeed, id is the identity functions and 3+5+1=9.
Input :

count(1,[3,5,1])

Output :

3

Indeed, 1 is the constant function equal to 1 and 1+1+1=3.