Hi all,

I just realized that one can use `dot`

and `norm`

(and `vecdot`

and `vecnorm`

) on objects of type `Array{Array{T, N}, 1}`

. However, their behaviour it’s not clear to me, and I would like to know whether it’s the intended one. For example, in Julia 0.6:

```
x = [[1.0 2.0 3.0; 4.0 5.0 6.0], [1.0 2.0 3.0]];
norm(x) # = 10.217762598840018
# which one may think is equivalent to
sqrt(dot(x,x)) # = 10.246950765959598, so no
# and in fact
sqrt(norm(x[1])^2+norm(x[2])^2) == norm(x) # = true
```

So, apparently `norm`

is broadcasted to the two elements of the array, resulting in a matrix norm for the first element, and a vector norm for the second. The two results are then `norm`

-ed. So maybe:

```
vecnorm(x) == sqrt(dot(x,x)) # = false. What?
vecnorm(x) # = 10.217762598840018, like norm(x)
```

Is any of this behaviour explained in the documentation?