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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
11
comment Clickable Bounded Diagram
Thank's alot! (Extra letters to pass 15 character limit.)
Jul
11
accepted Clickable Bounded Diagram
Jul
11
revised Clickable Bounded Diagram
added 258 characters in body
Jul
11
comment Clickable Bounded Diagram
@Anon - Sorry, it's probably because I forgot to add the 'Needs' statement there; this question is within the ComputationalGeometry package.
Jul
11
revised Clickable Bounded Diagram
added needs statement
Jul
11
asked Clickable Bounded Diagram
Mar
24
comment How to generate a list from an iterator and some arbitrary function
Thanks; I think your block approach is turning out to be perhaps what I'm after.
Mar
24
comment How to generate a list from an iterator and some arbitrary function
rcollyer: Indeed, but I can't do that. Or, put another way, that's equivalent to my original problem :)
Mar
23
comment How to generate a list from an iterator and some arbitrary function
J. M: Not really, no. The point is it's basically arbitrary; imagine my predicate just randomly returns True when passed an integer.
Mar
23
comment How to generate a list from an iterator and some arbitrary function
Haha, indeed J. M. in my actual case the things I want to find are less straightfoward.
Mar
23
comment How to generate a list from an iterator and some arbitrary function
Well, at the moment I can't make such a trade. The Select is slow (I believe) because it creates an inappropriately large array. Do with Reap/Sow also seems unfortunately slow. I was hoping there was a more idomatic (and so hopefully fast) way.
Mar
23
comment How to generate a list from an iterator and some arbitrary function
Yeah; that's basically what I had in mind. Interestingly, it doesn't appear to be particularly fast (though at least it probably doesn't waste memory like the Select option would do ...)
Mar
23
revised How to apply a function to a list of tuples
corrected typo (no there is nothing else to correct you stupid website)
Mar
23
asked How to generate a list from an iterator and some arbitrary function
Mar
23
suggested suggested edit on How to apply a function to a list of tuples
Feb
23
comment Is there a way to track the Simplify process?
Sorry, I should've worded my point better - even filtering won't help the problem I observed with the example I posted. Note that the problem is that one entry in the table is exceedingly long.
Feb
23
comment Is there a way to track the Simplify process?
@Nasser: Is there a way to filter it? I tried TableForm[ Trace[Simplify[Sqrt[x^2], x \[Element] Integers], TraceInternal -> True]], and it output far too much output to read ...
Sep
26
comment Unable to evaluate reasonable max expression
Thanks @Mr.Wizard; I did try and un-accept yesterday, but for some reason actions on this site occasionally don't work (like voting and commenting.)