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Apr
9
answered Missing V9 Menu: File -> New -> FreeCDF
Apr
8
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
6
comment Multiplayer game in Mathematica: how to communicate between kernels?
@Silvia Yes, corrected. Thanks.
Apr
6
revised Multiplayer game in Mathematica: how to communicate between kernels?
changed an incorrect reference from "server" to "client"
Apr
5
revised Half-delayed evaluation
added handling for malformed calls
Apr
5
answered Half-delayed evaluation
Apr
5
comment workbench: how to see values of global variables during debugging
@zorank Yes, a private variable would need to be fully qualified. For example, packageName`Private`globalVariable (from the question).
Apr
1
comment workbench: how to see values of global variables during debugging
OK, I've added an answer to explain more fully.
Apr
1
answered workbench: how to see values of global variables during debugging
Mar
26
comment workbench: how to see values of global variables during debugging
closely related: Inspecting non-variable state from a breakpoint in Workbench
Mar
26
comment Multiplayer game in Mathematica: how to communicate between kernels?
@OleksandrR. Thanks for that very useful information. I have updated my answer to incorporate it.
Mar
26
revised Multiplayer game in Mathematica: how to communicate between kernels?
added LinkActivate at the suggestion of @OleksandrR.
Mar
24
comment list of vectors with prescribed sum
The filtering is done in the call to FreeQ. We could add another pattern, e.g. FreeQ[#, z|u]&, where u = z + 1.
Mar
23
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
23
answered What is the most convenient way to read definitions of in-memory symbols when we don't have the source files? (Spelunking tools)
Mar
23
comment Returning a value from a Module
@enzotib The documentation is well hidden. Also see the discussion here.
Mar
23
comment list of vectors with prescribed sum
@rasher Much nicer, thanks. I have incorporated your suggestion as an addendum. For setPartitions[{3, 5, 7}, 5], the main function still dominates the run time as the helper optimization only shaved off about 0.12s off total time on my machine.
Mar
23
revised list of vectors with prescribed sum
incorporated @rasher's version of `partitions`
Mar
23
revised list of vectors with prescribed sum
added some benchmark numbers
Mar
23
answered list of vectors with prescribed sum