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answered Join a list with {6, 6, 2} dimensions with a list {6, 6} dimensions
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comment Join a list with {6, 6, 2} dimensions with a list {6, 6} dimensions
Related: (3070), (4004), (11298), (13748), (17381), (18213), (54862)
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reviewed Looks OK Join a list with {6, 6, 2} dimensions with a list {6, 6} dimensions
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reviewed Reviewed FunctionInterpolation on a 2D function does not match original function when plotted together
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revised FunctionInterpolation on a 2D function does not match original function when plotted together
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Apr
25
comment How to guarantee the point's position is fixed in the Graphics and Image
These seem related in concept if not application: (18034), (73522), (83636)
Apr
25
reviewed Close How do I construct and list an operation on numbers as a function?
Apr
25
revised Passing function as argument
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Apr
25
comment Matching All Functions
linkhyrule5, I saw that this question was one vote from being closed by community votes. I chose to act to close it as a duplicate instead as I think this linking is more useful. I also posted lists to several related questions in a comment above; I encourage you to read them. If after this you feel that your question has been marginalized let me know.
Apr
25
comment Matching All Functions
Related: (1474), (3414), (4343), (59938)
Apr
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reviewed Close Matching All Functions
Apr
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Apr
20
comment How can a function know in which function it was evaluated?
@István I am not thinking very well as I first wrote that I did not recall a way, then I immediately thought to try Stack[_] and I think that works in this particular case? Second edit No, that doesn't work I am just fooling myself again. Sorry, I think you better ask someone else today. :-p
Apr
15
revised Plot draws list of curves in same color when not using Evaluate
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15
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Apr
14
revised PlotRange adjustments with BarChart
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Apr
14
comment PlotRange adjustments with BarChart
@Art Thanks, I'll fix that now.
Apr
14
comment How to match sum of two or more objects?
If anyone has a suggestion for a better duplicate please comment or flag.
Apr
14
comment How to match sum of two or more objects?
Plus on the left-hand-side of the rule evaluates, which changes your pattern. Try obj[a] + obj[b] /. Verbatim[Plus][A : Repeated[_obj, {2, Infinity}]] :> Hold[A] instead. This question is a duplicate and I shall mark it as such in a minute.