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Jun
18
revised Implementing a function which generalizes the merging step in merge sort
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Jun
18
answered Implementing a function which generalizes the merging step in merge sort
Jun
18
comment Are persistent variable values after the kernel is stopped possible?
It would be nice to add to your answer a use case of your idea to save and load with a couple of buttons some saved variable. For example, SetAttributes[dataSaver, HoldFirst]; dataSaver[sym_] := DynamicModule[{bck = 0}, Row[{Button["Save " <> ToString@Unevaluated@sym <> " ownvalues", bck = sym], Button["Load " <> ToString@Unevaluated@sym <> " ownvalues", sym = bck]}], Initialization :> (sym = bck)]
Jun
18
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
18
comment Is it possible to insert arguments into functions when they're used like Function@ or //Function?
@Mr.Wizard, father's day in here ;)
Jun
18
answered Is it possible to insert arguments into functions when they're used like Function@ or //Function?
Jun
18
revised New display format needed: “drag box”
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Jun
18
comment HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
@Verbeia, yeah, I was referring to this code and your question... If I'm not reading it wrong, the only Unevaluated is in Map[Hold, Unevaluated[m], {2}]. That's an Unevaluated that gets automatically stripped off, and Map doesn't even see it, so it isn't there when it's Cases turn to act. Contrats on your code's working :)
Jun
18
comment Are persistent variable values after the kernel is stopped possible?
Welcome :). The difficulty with this solution is that you can only wrap a single cell in DynamicModule so unless you use it in a creative dynamic way, there's not much you can do with this, I think.
Jun
18
comment HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
@Verbeia, mheld is a matrix of things like Hold[DateListPlot.... So mheld[[i, j]] is Hold[DateListPlot[..., ru->les]]. There's no Unevaluated there any more. Cases by default works on level 1, but the rules are at level 2, so if you don't specify it they aren't found
Jun
18
revised Are persistent variable values after the kernel is stopped possible?
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Jun
17
revised Calling Table with custom iterator
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Jun
17
answered Calling Table with custom iterator
Jun
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revised New display format needed: “drag box”
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answered Are persistent variable values after the kernel is stopped possible?
Jun
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revised New display format needed: “drag box”
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Jun
17
comment New display format needed: “drag box”
@Mr.Wizard Editing to add an ugly patch for the left dragging thing
Jun
17
comment New display format needed: “drag box”
No, it wasn't the intent. But I'm doing this through remote desktop on a clumsy connection so it's hard to see the subtleties of the interactivity. Just now I understood what you meant with the dragging left issue. It doesn't seem to be snapping back to the original position for me.
Jun
17
answered New display format needed: “drag box”