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### Resolving Error: Mathematica evaluation order on Lists

I have a table that is 27 x 27, each entry corresponds to an element from the periodic table. I use the replacement rules in element list to allow me to convert a list of elements into a list of ...
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### What is “ (Dialog) Input [ ] := ” after evaluating a cell?

I have done a time-consuming run and calculation. After many hours ( about 7 hours!), the black color which shows that the cell is evaluating, turn into gray and a strange text appears like this : ...
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### Number precision in a list [duplicate]

I have list with elements: ...
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### Generating an editable table that can be used as input

Say I have a number $n_{max}$. I want a command to generate a table like 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... nmax nmax where the second column is editable, and this table can be ...
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### How to join held Lists?

Let's say I have a = Hold@{2+2} b = Hold@{4+4} How can I get Hold@{2+2,4+4} ie join the two held lists ? More ...
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### Select sublists with second element nearest to zero

I've got some big lists from which i need some data (one of the big lists). To be specific, I need to divide this biglists in sublists of the same length (10000), and form a new list with the mean of ...
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### Applying a function with the HoldAll attribute inside NestList

I'm trying to write an update function, which can be applied to a list and then to NestList it. As the function has to manipulate the given variable I figured I ...
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### How to pass a list of arguments into HoldAll

I have a list of arguments (which in reality is lengthy): arguments = {a, b, c} arguments2 = {a_, b_, c_} f[Sequence@@arguments2] := a + b + c Note: It seems ...
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### How to ContourPlot a Table? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why is ContourPlot not displaying this curve? Why do I have to put Evaluate[] here I'm trying to plot certain contours of a function $f:\mathbb R^2\to\mathbb R$. What I ...
If you have a list, e.g. {1, 2, 3} then you can extract the $k$th part using Part (...