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comment Open Mathematica in text editor displaying just the code
I would recommend to go to the chatroom and ask somebody to convert it to a plain text file for you.
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comment Proof that $(1+\epsilon)^n = O(1+n\epsilon)$
You may be looking for math.stackexchange.com
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comment How to abort on any message generated?
Actually I was aware of this when asking the question (see the very last paragraph), but I needed a way that doesn't require the front end. It turns out that the method used in the accepted solution is the same the debugger uses. It's good to point out this possibility explicitly though, so +1.
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revised How to append data in an already existing data .txt file in newline or in tab separtion?
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answered How to append data in an already existing data .txt file in newline or in tab separtion?
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revised Symbolic combinations
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revised what's the meaning of “-mathlink” as part of Arg for LinkLaunch?
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Oct
28
answered Matlab's command counterpart in MMA
Oct
27
comment Suggestion Bar Gone in Mathematica 9
Please do not use the bugs tag; it's meant to be added only when a bug is confirmed. Try the suggestions here first. If that doesn't work try this: support.wolfram.com/kb/12464 The second is a full reset. If you don't mind losing your settings, you can just do that and save some time.
Oct
27
revised Suggestion Bar Gone in Mathematica 9
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Oct
25
comment Mathematica 10 is shuttingdown many times
When you say "shutting down" do you mean crashing? The question was closed because there is simply not enough information for people to be able to help you. Are you referring to the diagnostic report available in Console.app? If so, it's not going to be useful either, as people here are just users like yourself. It may be helpful to Mathematica developers at Wolfram, but then you'd have to report this to Wolfram. (This is not an official Wolfram site.) Do take a look here: support.wolfram.com/kb/12464 It may help fix the problem.
Oct
25
comment Poets of the 19th century
I suspect that this is going to be difficult if you use standard legending. (I might be wrong.) I would build the legend by hand as a Graphics objects and specify the coordinates to match the plot. Then the task is to align the legend with the plot, which can be accomplished either by using Row and setting the ImageMargin on the top and bottom by hand (to make sure they're the same on the legend and the plot) or I would use a package like SciDraw. SciDraw is great but takes time to learn. I do hope someone will post an easier solution though ...
Oct
25
revised How can I efficiently check if a graph is unit distance?
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Oct
25
revised How can I efficiently check if a graph is unit distance?
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Oct
25
revised Include Formatting Save As .nb to .m
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Oct
25
revised AutoGeneratedPackage Formatting
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Oct
25
comment RawArray crashes the kernel
@rhermans It is technically impossible not to have any such functions that crash. What is possible is to hide them, but Mathematica is not very good at hiding stuff. It's a different matter that RawArray is not really hidden, and it even appears in a documentation example ...
Oct
25
comment RawArray crashes the kernel
@rhermans I'm not a professional programmer either, but I use LibraryLink a lot, so I implement stuff like this. What I am trying to say is that when you extend Mathematica using C, it is simply unavoidable that some functions will crash the whole kernel when used incorrectly. Then we can put a layer on top of these "raw" functions which check for wrong arguments to avoid such crashes. But there's always that underlying, non-public function that will crash if used wrong. It's simply a matter of how low level languages and the OS works.
Oct
25
comment RawArray crashes the kernel
Of course if RawArray is used somewhere in the documentation that makes things a bit different, but we knew Mathematica was messing ... BTW it also crashes in v9 but not in v8.