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reviewed Needs Improvement While-Loop Linear Projection
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reviewed Excellent How to make a pattern to change x^(2/y) to (x^2)^(1/y) for any x and y?
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reviewed Excellent How can I recreate Trott's Riemann Surface plot in Mathematica?
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reviewed Satisfactory How can I set different opacity values for the background of a ListPlot
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comment Highlighting bracketing in Mathematica
Mathematica 9 highlights matching brackets when your cursor is at either of them. I would however in such a situation ask the question "why is this structure so complicated" and "Can it be made simpler". If for instance you are making implied assumptions such as "the third argument is a list of lists of number of animals and corresponding weight in a list". Then you can typically make everything much simpler by rethinking how you handle your data. In cases where you are in fact dealing with complex structures consider making a dynamic input gizmo for it.
Feb
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revised Position of a pattern-matched part of an expression
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revised Position of a pattern-matched part of an expression
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comment Position of a pattern-matched part of an expression
@Rojo I meant to say that if you use for instance Wally_Integer it will fail because the inserted tag will not match.
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answered Position of a pattern-matched part of an expression
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answered CDF player Inputfield list
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comment How to display detailed output in Mathematica
In jest I would propose you use $Post = Row[{"Much more detailed: ", #}] & which will now have for instance 2+3 output: Much more detailed: 5. However i think you should provide a much more detailed definition of what you want when you say "detailed".
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revised Make the code shorter for solving Fizz buzz
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answered Make the code shorter for solving Fizz buzz
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comment Make the code shorter for solving Fizz buzz
@chyanog As rm -rf linked, code-golf challenges are generally frowned upon in this forum. I do however think you could make a slight edit of your question and instead of asking for specific versions of fizz-buzz ask for general techniques that can be applied within Mathematica in code-golf settings. I personally would like to see such a question answered.