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StringTake[ ExampleData[{"Text", "Hamlet"}] <> "@", List /@ {45, 114, 132, 134, 138, 142, 2933, 2939, -1, 2994, 3184, 3189, 3213, 3305, 3364, 3427, 3446, 3473}] // StringJoin


Oct
3
answered Calendar view outline
Oct
2
comment Calendar view outline
Sorry, sort = #[[Last@FindShortestTour[#, DistanceFunction -> ManhattanDistance]]] &;
Oct
2
comment Calendar view outline
Such as october2014[Values, {# - {1, 1}, #, # - {0, 1}, # - {1, 0}} &][ Apply[Join] /* Counts /* Select[OddQ] /* Keys /* sort /* Line /* Graphics]
Oct
2
comment Calendar view outline
Perhaps instead of building the rectangles you can build lines, and only keep the vertices that appear an odd number of times?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
comment Why won't SparseArray let me store values with the head List?
@belisarius they just cloned me and put me in there without attribution
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
comment Changing mouse appearance at notebook level
Nice icon, it feels like I am about to shoot at the code. It can be seen in any background :P (even in this SetOptions[InputNotebook[], Background -> Dynamic@Hue@Clock[]]).
Sep
24
comment Casting Dataset internal type from Assoc to Struct
Sorry, I do see it, my bad
Sep
24
comment Casting Dataset internal type from Assoc to Struct
It seems it would work if 1 and 2 were strings. Btw, I don't get the types by using FullForm
Sep
23
comment Changing mouse appearance at notebook level
Nice idea Silvia, +1. However, the Graphics background seems to be non-transparent if I put the notebook background black
Sep
20
comment Why won't Mathematica Solve a set of two equations for one variable?
I can't remember now nor have time to look but, it seems the Rojo of the past (look up a couple of comments) saw it in the Solve tutorial in the docs
Sep
19
awarded  Generalist
Sep
17
revised Applying a function to a Dataset column conditional on another slot's value
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Sep
17
comment Applying a function to a Dataset column conditional on another slot's value
But without any changes to MapAt I would hope this could work toodata[{Select[#PLATFORM == "Dropbox" &] -> {"LOCATION" -> foo}}]
Sep
17
comment Applying a function to a Dataset column conditional on another slot's value
Yes. I meant I hoped something like this could eventually work data[MapAt[foo, {Select[#PLATFORM == "Dropbox" &], "LOCATION"}]]
Sep
17
comment In version 10 EvaluationCompletionAction “ShowTiming” no longer gives useful output; any solutions?
Oh, thanks of the c%#ppy heads up. I still don't have 10.0.1
Sep
16
revised Applying a function to a Dataset column conditional on another slot's value
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Sep
16
answered Applying a function to a Dataset column conditional on another slot's value
Aug
28
revised Built-in unit strings recognized by Quantity?
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