# Tagged Questions

Questions about how Mathematica evaluates expressions, tracing evaluation (Trace*), handling expressions in unevaluated form (Hold*, Unevaluated), nonstandard evaluation, etc.

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### What is the difference between Dynamic[x] and Dynamic[ h[x] ] for DynamicModule variables?

Bug introduced in 9.0 or earlier and persisting through 10.4.1 Why plain Dynamic[x] is less sensitive and less likely to automatically be updated than e.g. ...
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### Skipping sections of a notebook automatically

I have a notebook which allows to set some parameters at the start, and then does computations depending on these parameters. It is a long notebook and for readability it is broken up into sections ...
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### Keep leading/trailing zeroes (like Defer except with numbers) in a given number

I'm trying to write a function that counts the number of significant figures a given number has so I can ensure my calculations are rounded correctly; however, I am having a lot of trouble preventing ...
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### problem about Root and Hypergeometric2F1

See these example, why does the output is different? ...
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### A problem about the implementation of Bezier curve

I implemented the Bezier curve like built-in BezierCurve as follow: SplineDegree -> d specifies that the underlying ...
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### How to achieve fun[Unevaluated[f][Unevaluated[x], Unevaluated[y]] in a more elegant way?

I have defined a function fun[f_[x_,y_]]. When I call it, I want to wrap everything by Unevaluated: ...
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### Why is my function returning 0 when when I try to give it arguments by replacement? [closed]

I tried running a function f with rules and calling it directly with arguments specified directly but the one with rules returns zero while the one with direct ...
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### Force evaluation of the right-hand side of a local variable definition

One can do expression = a + 1; f[a_] := Evaluate[expression] but how would one do something like this ...
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### Even with Evaluate[], Mathematica is plotting everything in the same color

The code evals[x_?NumericQ] := Eigenvalues[{{x^2, 2 x}, {x, 3 x^2}}]; Plot[Evaluate[evals[x]], {x, -1, 1}] gives both eigenvalues in the same color. I thought ...