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accepted Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
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comment Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
You're right, I should have left that subjective judgement out.
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revised Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
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comment Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
Wow, so fast. Easy upvote, this is what I was trying to do, but I hadn't understood Prefix/@ or the third argument to Select before. I learned a lot, warm thanks.
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asked Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
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comment Factorizing polynomials over fields other than $\mathbb{C}$
Tremendous. We've learned a lot today.
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comment Factorizing polynomials over fields other than $\mathbb{C}$
This additional detail is verily useful. I appreciate it.
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comment Factorizing polynomials over fields other than $\mathbb{C}$
Thanks, really helpful. (and so fast too!)
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accepted Factorizing polynomials over fields other than $\mathbb{C}$
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asked Factorizing polynomials over fields other than $\mathbb{C}$
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accepted Can someone explain this snippet: (#[#] &)[#[#][#] &]
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comment Can someone explain this snippet: (#[#] &)[#[#][#] &]
Great explanation. I appreciate your help. TIL what a head is.
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asked Can someone explain this snippet: (#[#] &)[#[#][#] &]
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accepted Permutations[Range[12]] produces an error instead of a list
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comment Permutations[Range[12]] produces an error instead of a list
@J.M., that book looks to be a tremendous resource. I'm glad I asked this question now.
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asked Permutations[Range[12]] produces an error instead of a list