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Jun
20
answered Happy 2K prime question
Jun
20
comment Happy 2K prime question
We can extend the celebration :)
Jun
20
comment Happy 2K prime question
You should offer a 2K bounty to celebrate
Jun
20
comment How to pass composite function list to SortBy?
Superior to mine, +1
Jun
20
comment Faster alternatives for DayOfWeek
Here comes the self-answer :)
Jun
20
revised What can I use as the second argument to Return in my own functions?
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Jun
20
comment What it is the best way to enforce that only one CreateDialog window can be created?
@AlbertRetey I wonder what exactly does this mean: Deinitialization will never be performed unless initialization has previously been performed.
Jun
20
comment What it is the best way to enforce that only one CreateDialog window can be created?
@AlbertRetey, just edited with your suggestions. The Deinitialization doesn't seem to be instantaneous, but it closes the dialog as soon as I type something else in a notebook
Jun
20
revised What it is the best way to enforce that only one CreateDialog window can be created?
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20
revised What it is the best way to enforce that only one CreateDialog window can be created?
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Jun
20
answered What it is the best way to enforce that only one CreateDialog window can be created?
Jun
20
comment Why is SystemDialogInput failing to return a save file path?
It works well for me
Jun
20
answered Ways to change an explicit function into a pure function
Jun
20
revised What can I use as the second argument to Return in my own functions?
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20
revised What can I use as the second argument to Return in my own functions?
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Jun
20
comment Function that counts the number of arguments of other functions
@Mr.Wizard, there it is
Jun
20
answered What can I use as the second argument to Return in my own functions?
Jun
20
comment Function that counts the number of arguments of other functions
this question
Jun
20
comment Function that counts the number of arguments of other functions
@Mr.Wizard, it's ok, this one was for solidarity, I wasn't expecting votes. I'm writing an answer to the return's second argument question and I expect upvotes there ;)
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20
revised Function that counts the number of arguments of other functions
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