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Jul
21
comment Workbench fails to run on OSX. Reports “Front end could not be launched.”
So you found it. Sorry for not giving the link. At the time I was in a hurry and Community didn't load in half a minute.
Jul
20
comment Workbench fails to run on OSX. Reports “Front end could not be launched.”
There's a thread about this on Wolfram Community. Take a look. Today it takes an extremely long time to load so I didn't look it up for you.
Jul
20
comment Kernel crash after idle in version 10.0
@rcollyer It is happening to me too on OS X 10.9.4. Sometimes I heard a beep (like Beep[]), then I look at Mathematica and see that the kernel has crashed.
Jul
20
comment NSolve missing solutions in Mathematica 10
When using VerifySolutions -> False, it gives three, one wrong.
Jul
20
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Jul
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
19
revised Caesar's cipher
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Jul
19
comment Caesar's cipher
Rule @@@ Thread[{a, RotateLeft[a, n]}] is simpler as Thread[a -> RotateLeft[a,n]]
Jul
19
comment Caesar's cipher
@Öskå yes, it needs v10.
Jul
19
answered Caesar's cipher
Jul
19
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
18
revised Why does ImportString[“1c”, “Table”] eat the letter c?
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Jul
18
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Jul
18
comment Why does ImportString[“1c”, “Table”] eat the letter c?
@Nasser The reason why I consider this very bad is that I didn't even notice the incorrect import until I started doing some consistency checks on the data. Only after that did I discover that this lead to incorrect results (I had both labels "24" and "24c", and they needed to be distinguishable). Most people wouldn't suspect that importing a simple CSV or similar file will change their data. It's completely unexpected, and thus difficult to discover, and will easily lead to ruined work. "CurrencyTokens" -> None should be the default.
Jul
18
revised Why does ImportString[“1c”, “Table”] eat the letter c?
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Jul
18
revised Why does ImportString[“1c”, “Table”] eat the letter c?
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Jul
18
answered Why does ImportString[“1c”, “Table”] eat the letter c?
Jul
18
comment Why does ImportString[“1c”, “Table”] eat the letter c?
It's either a bug or it's interpreting 123c as some non-string datatype, I just can't figure out what.
Jul
18
asked Why does ImportString[“1c”, “Table”] eat the letter c?
Jul
18
comment How to plot a graph from it's incidence matrix?
As you suggest in your comment, there's no standard definition of incidence matrix, and the OP's definition doesn't match Mathematica's. (See my answer.)