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Mar
17
accepted Convert list to sequence
Mar
17
comment Convert list to sequence
Apply seems a good option to. But using {{a,b},{c,d}}/.List->Sequence should be applied only once as a replace once rule, but it goes down the list generating Sequence[a, b, c, d]
Mar
17
comment Convert list to sequence
I tried using slotsequence,looks like I wasn't getting the syntax right. Thanks :)
Mar
17
comment Convert list to sequence
I generally don't face it, in fact I have answered 2-3 questions that used it, but I don't know what the problem is. It is converting all sublists to sequences.
Mar
17
asked Convert list to sequence
Feb
28
comment Rearranging a List
Brother of this question
Feb
27
revised Generate encoding from nested list
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Feb
26
comment A list containing zero elements
Cases[{0, f, y, e, 1, 2, 3}, Except[0]]
Feb
26
revised Generate encoding from nested list
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Feb
25
revised Generate encoding from nested list
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Feb
25
answered Generate encoding from nested list
Feb
25
comment How to calculate the residue of $1/f(z)$ at a numerical approximation to a root of $f(z)$?
This...and this.. might be of help. You can calculate the steps manually to gain better understanding.
Feb
25
accepted Replacement rule to create graphs
Feb
24
comment Replacement rule to create graphs
@Szabolcs : I knew about these but these details are so subtle that there is always something new I find, when I revise them. I am thankful for your help :)
Feb
24
comment Replacement rule to create graphs
@Szabolcs : thanks for link, I will go through it as well.
Feb
24
comment Replacement rule to create graphs
Yes it works, thanks, please post it as answer, so that I can accept and close this question.
Feb
24
asked Replacement rule to create graphs
Feb
24
comment Solving an Integral Equation Numerically
well one can help you if you paste your tried code by editing your question but I would suggest you take a look at @ubpdqn's answer as well. Otherwise put your code here.
Feb
24
answered How do I replace a variable in a polynomial?
Feb
23
comment Solving an Integral Equation Numerically
@RahulNarain : Actually OP has problem with integration, there are many problems other than that like definition of function a[t] etc. But its just a check and actually not working for version 8 but for 9.