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comment Undeclared Identifier error in Compile
@Surge You mean the options to compile? Sure, see the Details and Options section of Compile and follow the links. In the doc of CompilationOptions you'll find examples.
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comment Front End does not respond to keys (version 10.2, Linux)
@ilian Thank you very very much.
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comment Front End does not respond to keys (version 10.2, Linux)
Thank you very much for giving feedback. Could you provide the CASE number for this issue again? I reported several bugs this day and now I don't know which number this issue was (and support didn't wrote an response until now). I will then try to give as much detail as possible.
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answered Avoiding misconversion of data with ToExpression function
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comment Undeclared Identifier error in Compile
...In your example, it gave a cryptic error. I couldn't even reproduce your error on my Linux machine. Here, the Kernel just crashed. Therefore, I can only tell you how to do it right and not, what exactly went wrong in your specific case.
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comment Undeclared Identifier error in Compile
Beside the error in PointIsWithinCircleWidth that I pointed out, you cannot simply call a compiled function from within another compiled function and expect that it is properly included (injected). The combination of With and the option "InlineCompiledFunctions" is important because otherwise when you call your compiled function, it calls back to Mathematica which is not what you want. You want a compiled function to be fast compiled code only without callbacks to the Mathematica Kernel. The real problem was that with compilation target "C" this produced not only slow code...
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comment Memory usage of compiled function: C vs WVM
Player 3 has joined the game: Creating a C-library from a compiled function. Here is the comparison and you can see the whole notebook by evaluating Import["http://goo.gl/NaH6rM"]["http://i.stack.imgur.com/GTpLl.png"] If we only could trust that MaxMemoryUsed is working correctly..
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comment How to stop a summation when a variable is small enough?
@Samuel Question: Can you reduce your function to a very small example that shows the same error when using NSum? Then we might be able to inspect in detail what goes wrong. Question 2: Is your function numerical at m=1? Have you tried yourself?
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revised How to stop a summation when a variable is small enough?
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answered How to stop a summation when a variable is small enough?
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comment Histogram and Random Lists
Btw, I'm voting to close this question because it can really easily be found in the documentation.
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comment Slider Size Problem
Well, you could have edited your question yourself :-) I included it.
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answered Histogram and Random Lists
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comment Slider Size Problem
You should add your operating system, because on Linux this does not appear at all. My sliders don't even look blue. See here
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answered Working with functionals
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comment How can I convert the solution I get from the DSolve to something I can use?
@SeanPatrick It's because I used Plot and not your code and I mentioned that I changed some things in your manipulate, but I'm sure you get the rest yourself. The question was about using s in a Manipulate.