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Mar
10
comment Sorting non-numerical lists
You're not answering the question which specifically asked for a solution without using conversion to floating point precision.
Mar
10
revised Sorting non-numerical lists
consistent language
Mar
10
revised Sorting non-numerical lists
typos and consistent language.
Mar
10
answered How to 'center' a Histogram
Dec
14
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
18
revised Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
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Oct
18
revised Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
edited body
Oct
18
answered Where are the functional programming constructs: `every` and `some`?
Oct
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
18
revised Treat list as cyclic
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Oct
18
answered Treat list as cyclic
Oct
17
awarded  list-manipulation
Oct
16
revised Group list of lists by Total
added 381 characters in body
Oct
16
comment Group list of lists by Total
Your second line appears to be a SortBy[...,True]. This just defaults down to Sort again and makes it equal to your first solution.
Oct
16
answered Group list of lists by Total
Oct
6
comment Counting sublists containing 0
Or Count[data, {___, 0, ___}]
Oct
1
comment Why does AbsoluteOptions give the wrong answer for ListPlot?
Interesting, what version are you working on?
Oct
1
comment Why does AbsoluteOptions give the wrong answer for ListPlot?
Can't say why it does this, but if you put PlotRange -> Automatic, it will return the correct plot range. Oh, and with respect to b.g's comment, I have reproduced the issue on Mathematica 9, fresh kernel and all.
Sep
30
comment Delay of events detection dependent of “MouseDown” position
@Kuba I belive that dynamic interactivity in general is halted during mouse down, at least that has always been my experience (With slider interactions and such being excluded). For instance try DynamicWrapper[ Dynamic[t], Refresh[t = AbsoluteTime[], UpdateInterval -> 0.1] ], and press the mouse button.