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comment STL exports as flat rectangle
If people want to try your example, they won't be able because of the missing plotter variable. Can you try to create a small self-contained example, that shows the same behavior?
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comment Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
..Therefore, even if you could magically call the formatting engine on Mathematica input, the linebreaks that Mathematica used wouldn't be adjusted and the code would not look better. To make this useful, you would have to force some more rules (e.g. how a Module or a Block is broken into lines) but that would definitely annoy some users. Therefore, I left it pretty unspecific. But anyway, the current answer is no, it is not easily possibly to call the formatting engine.
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comment Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
Even if it could, it would currently make not much sense. The formatting engine of IDEA is very conservative: It doesn't insert linebreaks, it allows different formatting styles and it doesn't force the user to a specific style. Basically, the only thing I force is that linebreak inside a new [, (, or { forces one more indentation level, and unfinished expressions that are separated force a new continuation indent. I left it that unspecific because I have seen so many different formatting styles and I didn't want the users to have to change their own styles just because of the IDE...
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revised Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
Needed to fix the title because this post is not easy to find with the search otherwise
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comment Open-source IntelliJ IDEA plugin to support Mathematica development
@JacobAkkerboom Thanks! It's fixed now.
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comment Simplify on a structured array
Right and it is exactly what I meant by * simplify your expressions before you build your structured array*. Btw, please verify carefully whether the ParallelMap is really faster than simply calling FullSimplify on the complete expression.
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answered Simplify on a structured array
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comment Simplifying symbolic multiple sums
Do you know the function HoldPattern?
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comment Compile, “global variables” and recursion
The proper edit-trick is to do it the other way around. Wrap the code that contains a back-tick into two backticks. If your code ends in a backtick, you need to make a space between the closing two backticks, like in JLink` which is written as ''JLink' '' (I used quotes here..)
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revised Compile, “global variables” and recursion
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answered How to manage list of list of rules?
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comment What's the meaning of <<19>> in the result
@user27564 What you probably want is simply nlm["BestFit"], where nlm is the result of your computation. Look at the documentation of NonlinearModelFit under Details.
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revised Result about Context is inconsistent with the description of “Power Programming with Mathematica”
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