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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”
Jun
17
comment New display format needed: “drag box”
I'm not sure I understood very well the subtleties. Wouldn't for example the N[Pi, 100] recalculation be fixed by injecting it with With or something? Btw, Win7/mma 8, when I drag it right to the most significant digits I can drag it out of frame, but not to the left. I mean, you have to drag it inside the cell for it to work
Jun
17
comment Implementing a function which generalizes the merging step in merge sort
If you care for efficiency a bit as you seem to, and you will use it for numeric quantities, this is one of those cases where it's probably very worth it to go with Compile and a procedural solution
Jun
17
comment Implementing a function which generalizes the merging step in merge sort
Oh, I see. Then I'll write something up.
Jun
17
comment Implementing a function which generalizes the merging step in merge sort
So you want a function that returns the same result as Sort[Join[#1, #2], #3]&?
Jun
16
comment Use Slider2D to add data points to a list
+1 for the usage sample
Jun
16
revised Why do I have to put Evaluate[] here
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16
revised Why do I have to put Evaluate[] here
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16
revised HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
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16
answered Why do I have to put Evaluate[] here
Jun
16
comment Performance tuning for game solving (peg solitaire | senku)
+1. I'll dig into this soon, I was hoping you would get tempted by the performance tuning tag and come teach us, hehe. Anyway, it would probably be faster if you avoided the diagonal jumps, right?
Jun
16
comment Converting ConditionalExpression to Piecewise
By the way, when multiple indexing, you can use a single call to Part. It'll be more efficient and neater. x[[1]][[2]]==x[[1, 2]]
Jun
16
revised HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
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16
comment HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
I think I was just confused when answering. Do you want the Graphics options inserted at the end of the function to be passed to all individual plots or not?
Jun
16
revised HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
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revised HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
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16
answered HoldFirst and inserting additional options into a Grid of Graphics
Jun
15
revised How can I use nested conditionals inside my functions?
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15
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