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answered Formula Formatting is Small and Chunky?
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comment How to place an image inside a notebook, with the minimum memory footprint?
An idea I haven't tried... What about something like Dynamic[Refresh[ImportString[string2, "Base64"], None]]?
May
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answered Rendering polygon as graph with directed edges in Mathematica
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revised How to make MapAt work with Span?
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revised How to make MapAt work with Span?
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comment Mathematica quine
@becko, if what you had in mind is code that returns some cell that if evaluated as is, returns some other etc etc in a loop, without prior definitions, it probably can only be done by messing with the parsing stage, as I do here with Defer. The kernel will always return evaluated expressions I think unless you use the trick/bug on my first example, which isn't what you were looking for
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comment How to make MapAt work with Span?
Definately smarter +1
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revised How to make MapAt work with Span?
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comment How to make MapAt work with Span?
Forgot about them :). Try
May
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answered How to make MapAt work with Span?
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revised Mathematica quine
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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comment MapThread with non-rectangular lists
@wxffles I like it. If you actually want to give the arguments as separate lists like in your solution, you don't even need the Apply
May
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comment Replace function and its derivatives found with Solve
I guess it has the pro of being more noticeable, but the con of not having the correct syntax coloring that might lead to errors, such as x=8;f[x_]=x;f[9] giving 8. Matter of taste
May
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answered Mathematica quine
May
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answered MapThread with non-rectangular lists
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comment Replace function and its derivatives found with Solve
I meant fSolved[x_]:=Evaluate[...] instead of fSolved[x_]=...
May
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comment Replace function and its derivatives found with Solve
+1, definately more healthy. Any reason why you use :=Evaluate instead of plain = ? Syntax coloring?