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comment Import multiple files from folder in order of date added
Caveat: will not work on your average Windows machine.
Apr
14
comment Testing the Erdos square free conjecture
Welcome! If this is homework then you should add the homework tag.
Apr
9
comment Mathematica comments disappeared
@Sjoerd so was I!
Apr
9
comment Mathematica comments disappeared
@Sjoerd Pet leviathan embarrassments, more like.
Apr
9
comment How to export 3D plot, without losing the specified view of rotation?
@VitaliyKaurov yes, this sentence is somewhat open to interpretation :D
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
possible duplicate of How to transform a DumpSaved .mx file to .m file conveniently?
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
After import, all definitions are in the kernel. Reading them may be non-trivial as you need to know their names and some may be protected.
Apr
9
comment How to export 3D plot, without losing the specified view of rotation?
You need to Export the actual rotated graphics or set the view options specifically. x is not changed by you rotating its graphical avatar. Related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/5375/131
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
But your question says you get an error message. You need to add detail to your question. Otherwise helping you is just guesswork.
Apr
9
comment Why mathematica have difficulty solving nonlinear equations?
You are a kind soul, expert coder and an aesthete, not a bad combination!
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
@DuralAkata seems like your problem is that you cannot even import the .mx file, right?
Apr
9
comment Why mathematica have difficulty solving nonlinear equations?
Nice. Now I do feel kind of ambiguous about closing...
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
@AndrewCheong actually the last edit was useful and points to a incompatibility issue.
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
Also, please include code to reproduce your problem, otherwise it will not be useful for future visitors. @AndrewCheong agreed, but the OP can at least show some effort to clarify to save time.
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
Please add anything relevant to your question above and ask yourself if you could answer it with absolute no previous knowledge to make sure others can do just that.
Apr
9
comment Open an MX file used by the kernel
Please describe your goal in much more detail. At the moment it is unclear and difficult to answer.
Apr
9
comment Has someone created markdown <-> notebook converter?
Anyway... related (and on main):mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/3535/131 and you can search for SENotebook by @rm-rf in chat.
Apr
9
comment Has someone created markdown <-> notebook converter?
Okay - voted to migrate to meta. See you there ;-)
Apr
9
comment Has someone created markdown <-> notebook converter?
Welcome! Perhaps this question would be a better fit for meta?
Apr
8
comment Why mathematica have difficulty solving nonlinear equations?
You should supply exact numbers, just as the message says. Take a look at mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/18485/131