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That's "Steven" (with the "n" at the end)


"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." — Bertrand Russell


Product designer, consumer electronics: audio (with Philips), home automation.
Done computer science in a previous life too.


Belbin team roles: Plant and Resource Investigator


Personal values: respect, honesty, pride, modesty, fairness


I yell because I care


favorite candy


Jul
10
comment Colors in ExclusionsStyle
The obvious question for the Floor addition is: is there a fix? (probably not an easy one, otherwise you would probably have added it)
Jul
10
comment Colors in ExclusionsStyle
For those wondering what happened to the first spikes on the 3th function: I cleaned up the functions a bit (rounded numbers and such) :-)
Jul
10
comment Colors in ExclusionsStyle
Perhaps?? I'd say for sure! :-) Thanks a bunch!
Jul
10
revised Colors in ExclusionsStyle
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Jul
10
revised Colors in ExclusionsStyle
added 135 characters in body
Jul
10
asked Colors in ExclusionsStyle
Jul
7
revised Define parameterized function
TeX-ified
Jul
7
suggested suggested edit on Define parameterized function
Jul
6
comment Determining the week of a year from a given date
ISO8601 all the way for me: I can't understand that you would start a year with a 1 day week :-). But the function doesn't work for the days before week 1; it returns zero for 2012-01-01, which should be week 52 (for some years 53).
Jul
3
comment Why won't Mathematica Solve a set of two equations for one variable?
@Artes - Yes, I saw it too. Thanks for the hint.
Jul
1
revised How to create a rectangle wave (duty cycle $\ne$ 50 %)?
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Jul
1
asked How to create a rectangle wave (duty cycle $\ne$ 50 %)?
Jun
30
comment Why won't Mathematica Solve a set of two equations for one variable?
@J.M. - Your own fault, you should have posted as an answer :-). I never thought of using {y} as domain argument for Solve, but I like it better than nesting an Eliminate inside a Solve. Thanks a bunch!
Jun
29
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Jun
29
comment Why won't Mathematica Solve a set of two equations for one variable?
Thanks for your answer. You might have guessed that the example wasn't my real problem :-), and eliminating y like in your Solve example is no option. It's a set of 3 equations with 7 variables in $\mathbb{C}$, so I'm not going to eliminate by hand :-).
Jun
29
comment Why won't Mathematica Solve a set of two equations for one variable?
ConditionalExpression[y==13/2, y==13/2] is not true??
Jun
29
comment Why won't Mathematica Solve a set of two equations for one variable?
I see. Thanks for your answer. But couldn't it return a conditional expression then: ConditionalExpression[1/2, y=13/2]? Too far-fetched? Also, it knows y isn't assigned.
Jun
29
asked Why won't Mathematica Solve a set of two equations for one variable?
Jun
20
comment Can I limit PlotRange for 1 function in a Plot?
Thanks for your answer. I'm a beginner at Mathematica, and accepted Artes' answer because it's easier to understand. But thanks again.
Jun
20
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