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Jul
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comment Executing Mathematica code via Notepad++
@Yorgos If you're satisfied with it, please accept the answer. (I'm not a karma chaser, I merely want questions to have answers.)
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Jun
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revised How to Apply Functions to Lists with Many Curly Brackets?
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answered How to Apply Functions to Lists with Many Curly Brackets?
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revised Executing Mathematica code via Notepad++
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answered Executing Mathematica code via Notepad++
Jun
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comment Executing Mathematica code via Notepad++
…Thus, I suggest you describe in little more detail how you imagine this execution would look to you, as end-user.
Jun
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comment Executing Mathematica code via Notepad++
I guess the main reason this is not described anywhere is, it's not clear what the procedure should look like in general case. Mathematica expressions are meant to be evaluated “in place”, that is, in a REPL. Most good Mathematica code does not have explicit side effects. Which means, if you have a list of expressions in your text file, it's not really clear what to do with them. Make a list of unevaluated expresions, thread Evaluate over it and export/dump list of results to a fresh file? Won't that become a mess in most cases?..
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May
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comment Levelspec range with negative levelspec
Levelspec ranges of e.g. standard form {{-d2, -d1}, {l1, l2}}, would allow arbitrary intersections.
May
31
comment Levelspec range with negative levelspec
Actually, I was initially interested exactly in (programming) the intersection of level ranges, understood as the greatest common subrange. Sadly enough, it turned out that an intersection of (general) levelspec ranges is not a levelspec range, unlike an intersection of positive ranges.
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