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Although I'm quite familiar with Mathematica, I always try to keep an open mind and don't use it as golden hammer. I'm particularly good at things that are fun, for instance


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revised Shaving the last 50 ms off NMinimize
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answered Sort a multidimensional list row-wise
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answered Plot CPU time vs iteration?
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5
comment ToExpression fails with long nested string expressions
@shrx How do you create your data? I suppose you do this in Mathematica as well? If you do create your data in Mathematica, I might have a workaround.
Jul
4
answered ToExpression fails with long nested string expressions
Jul
2
comment On a Mac OS X, Ctrl-Backspace generates ascii code 8 (backspace), which is almost invisible but very annoying
"Ideally, Ctrl-Backspace would delete the previous word, like in a sensible application." ...and like it works here on my Linux box.
Jul
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awarded  Inquisitive
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awarded  Curious
Jul
2
answered How to get rid of nested matrices
Jun
25
revised Extract what symbol is set by SetDelayed, Set, TagSet, UpSet, SetAttributes, etc
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Jun
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revised Extract what symbol is set by SetDelayed, Set, TagSet, UpSet, SetAttributes, etc
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24
awarded  Enlightened
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24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
23
asked Extract what symbol is set by SetDelayed, Set, TagSet, UpSet, SetAttributes, etc
Jun
23
comment Write any positive integer as a sum of squares
@rasher I haven't checked that and assumed it does the right thing. Now I have to iterate as you do through all different lengths :-( I tried to do it in pure functional style..
Jun
23
revised Write any positive integer as a sum of squares
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Jun
22
answered Write any positive integer as a sum of squares
Jun
22
comment Compiling function with predefined expression
Kris, your reasoning is flawed. Please see CompilePrint[f] (after loading the package <<CompiledFunctionTools` ) to understand that your approach doesn't work. The reason is the HoldAll attribute of Compile.
Jun
15
awarded  Enlightened
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15
awarded  Nice Answer