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Programming Mathematica in plaintext, i.e. no formatting, non-notebook
I'm new to Mathematica and I've just begun reading Paul Wellin's Programming in Mathematica. The book, like many other books and online tutorials, revolves around using the notebook, with all its ...
Aug 24 '13 at 13:29
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