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Mar
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comment Inline documentation of “Properties”
@UDB Yes, for using it through various versions one should consider using simple replacement rules instead.
Mar
16
comment Inline documentation of “Properties”
@Simon Have you seen in my answer that there is a function Documentation`ResolveLink which gives you the filename for the doc-notebook easily?
Mar
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
16
comment Decrease computation time of module
If you ask, why your Module is a mess: you copy the input parameter n0 and R0 although you don't have to because you never assign them any new values. On the other hand, you don't localise your local variables temp, sumR, k and t and use global variables instead. They should go into the Module.
Mar
16
comment Decrease computation time of module
Your Module is quite a mess. It would be helpful if you can add a simple example to your question, which shows how you use your function and that it is slower than MatrixExp. Additionally, are there any restrictions to the parameters? For instance seems n0 > Length[R0] useless, right?
Mar
16
answered Inline documentation of “Properties”
Mar
15
comment Inline documentation of “Properties”
In your question there is one thing that isn't clearly stated. Basically, your question is two questions in one: First, you give an example of an Option. For Options, everything you say is true too, because they were real symbols and with the beginning of V6 it slowly started that more and more string-options were introduces. The other thing is, that there are more and more functions that have parameters that are like properties (or keywords). One can ask this in one question, but basically, it's two different things only connected by the topics Documentation and String.
Mar
5
comment Mathematica not seeing my environment/system variables
@Jeremy See my update.
Mar
5
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Mar
5
answered Mathematica not seeing my environment/system variables
Mar
5
answered Why can't I abort main evaluation from ScheduledTasks (Service Link)?
Mar
2
revised Annotation specifier like :Author: and sectioning like ::Section:: in package code
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Mar
2
comment Annotation specifier like :Author: and sectioning like ::Section:: in package code
@Szabolcs This didn't came up when I searched for it. Unfortunately, the answer by J.M. doesn't work anymore in 10. And it is still not exactly clear, what the rules for the annotations are. Restrictions in naming, etc.. But your post is still very helpful.
Mar
2
answered Annotation specifier like :Author: and sectioning like ::Section:: in package code
Mar
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asked Annotation specifier like :Author: and sectioning like ::Section:: in package code
Feb
28
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Feb
28
comment Why can't I abort main evaluation from ScheduledTasks (Service Link)?
Btw, over the service link was written badly, because it is a signal, but it seems it has something to do that it is evaluated in the scheduled task.
Feb
28
comment Why can't I abort main evaluation from ScheduledTasks (Service Link)?
It's a bit late here, but from the top of my head I know only one reason for that: the kernel simply ignores this signal when it comes over the service link. Why the kernel does it? I have no clue at the moment.
Feb
25
reviewed Close Getting error messages from a Plot expression containing an integral