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Connecting to Raspberry Pi's Wolfram Language kernel from a PC's Mathematica front end
Recently I bought a Raspberry Pi and I installed the Wolfram Language on it. Comparing WL 10.0's commands with Mathematica 18.104.22.168's commands, I found 328 additional commands and variables. I ...
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