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Not sure if it is what you are after: action[dog_] := Print@StringForm["take dog no.`` for a walk", dog]; RadioButtonBar[Dynamic[dog, (dog = #; action[dog]) &], {1, 2, 3}]


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I hope I understand your question. I think you are wondering why Trial 1 does not work the same as Trial 2. In that case the answer likes with != or Unequal. The Condition will not match because != does not evaluate when one side is symbolic and the other numeric. Instead you should use: sortResult[x_ /; x == 0] := 0; sortResult[res_] := MapAt[SortBy[#, ...


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Let's use WReach's method to examine Manipulate: x = "global"; f[] := x Manipulate[{x, f[], Hold[x]}, {x, {"local"}}] {"local", "global", Hold[FE`x$$69]} This is akin to the output of Module. (See the WReach's post.) The value of x is not temporarily changed as with Block, nor are explicit x expressions directly replaced with the local value of x ...


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Here is a way of evaluating your integral analytically. Series expand the integrand, but hold out a factor x/(-1 + E^x) to ensure that the series can subsequently be integrated term by term — this factor is 1 at x = 0, and x E^-x as x -> Infinity. Keep only the first few terms of the series, which we will use to “spot the pattern”. ser = Series[(x ...


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The problem is that you wrote aq where you meant a*q. Although, implicit multiplication with a space a q can be handy, I come more and more to the conclusion that it introduces far more mistakes than a explicit * would allow for. Anyway, with the corrected code you get f[n_] := Expand[(1 - a*q^{2 n})* Sum[FunctionExpand[QPochhammer[a q, q, n + j - ...



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