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revised Animate a sequence of bitmap-like data Mathematica 9.0.0
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revised BarChart3D does not print zeros and odd tick positions
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revised Unexpected result when reading Cell with comment-lines by NotebookRead
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revised What is the syntax to conditionally suppress plotting in version 9?
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revised ReadList can't read correctly
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comment PlotLegends “Expressions” default for ListPlot?
@rcollyer You're welcome and thank you too.
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comment Setting ::usage for variables returned from a function
Pardon me, but the third method is extremely limited. You would need to overload all the association-aware functions to make it general, and you cannot even use UpValues in many cases, e.g. Merge[{a, b}, List], as assocWrapper will not be a level-one head.
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comment Setting ::usage for variables returned from a function
@rcollyer I see, but it is just as I feared. :-( I'll comment below that post to keep it relevant.
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comment Some symbol does not auto-complete in v10.2
I am running version 10.1.0 so I cannot rule out a change in 10.2.0 but it surprises me. I take it the appropriate file did exist on your system, and its contents were as above except for the missing , Backsubstitution -> {"True", "False"} part?
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comment An equivalent to Condition that I can use anonymously when string pattern matching
I have yet to see or conceive a universally applicable solution to this issue. Nevertheless I hope you will post your specific problem so that it can at least serve as an example.
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comment An equivalent to Condition that I can use anonymously when string pattern matching
@hYPotenuser Believe me I understand your frustration; this (to the best of my knowledge) is one of those peculiar missing pieces you think should be there but isn't. If you give a more representative example I might be able to give another recommendation. Also consider the number of forms that have to be tried; it may be better to abandon pattern matching and parse the string yourself, e.g. StringSplit or whatever, then work from there.
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comment An equivalent to Condition that I can use anonymously when string pattern matching
Searching is difficult which is why as a community service I make these Related: comments as often as possible.
Jul
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answered An equivalent to Condition that I can use anonymously when string pattern matching
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comment An equivalent to Condition that I can use anonymously when string pattern matching
Related: (18337), (55274), (86056)
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comment How to stop solving after one solution is found?
@george2079 Time for a faster approach. ;-)
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reviewed Close NDSolve giving NDSolve::deqn: message when given my system of equations
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reviewed Close InverseFunction of [E, 1, 1][c/Sqrt[K[1]]] isn't it just Log[c/Sqrt[K[1]]?
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comment Coding practice Notebooks vs. Packages: ClearAll?
What I meant is that only in select cases will ClearAll actually be needed; normally evaluating the definition code again on top of the existing definitions usually works just fine. In this case you can run Do[f[x_] := x^2, {1000}] and it's just the same when it gets done. It would have been better, IMHO, to give an example where the ClearAll was needed and without it the definitions failed. Although now that I'm writing this I suppose it would be "good practice" to throw in a ClearAll just in case.
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comment How to solve fluid flow problem based on Navier-Stokes equations?
I have trouble remembering the details of site mechanics; perhaps you cannot vote to reopen since you voted to close originally. I'll just reopen directly.