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Is everything in Mathematica ultimately stored as a rule?
My current understanding about Mathematica is that everything, at the lowest level, ends up as replacement rules. First question: is this true? Second question: does Mathematica "gloss over" these ...
Oct 22 '13 at 1:49
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