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revised Does Solve[] find ALL the exact roots of rational polynomials?
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comment CForm not getting exp(), pow, log() functions
I would also like to add to this: why does CForm print C functions in this way?
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comment Using TraditionalForm to express equations
Do you mean to ask if the output cell can be positioned to the right of the input cell, so that the notebook is, in some sense, double column, with an 'equal' sign down the middle?
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comment How I can get faster code for computing a fractional integral?
@bahram Yes, I can help you. What is your question?
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comment Is there any harm or benefit to Removing unneeded private symbols in packages?
I confirm with my own package that Remove frees up an insignificant amount of memory. I can also reproduce the temporary freeze in the Front End when running your code from a front end notebook. But I am finding that if I run your code from within a package file (.m) then the freeze doesn't appear to happen. Would you kindly check on your system?
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revised Is there any harm or benefit to Removing unneeded private symbols in packages?
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asked Is there any harm or benefit to Removing unneeded private symbols in packages?
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comment What's wrong with naming a rule?
Yes I find this very confusing. I think I fall somewhere between "beginner" and "experienced", and I find weird nuances in Mathematica like these only serve to confuse people like me. I really wish they implemented a global switch that turned off all "noob" features to make Mathematica behave more regularly.
Apr
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comment What's wrong with naming a rule?
@ciao that doesn't explain why % works.
Apr
29
comment CompiledFunction::cfsa Argument x at position1 should be a machine-size real number
please format your mathematica code by setting them in `. Also, what is the body of the the Compile function?
Apr
28
answered Why are CoefficientRules and MonomialList so slow?
Apr
28
comment How to make a replacement, provided an inner rule applies
I came up with another way to do it (posted as an answer); can you see if it is a viable alternative that prevents double traversal?
Apr
28
answered How to make a replacement, provided an inner rule applies
Apr
28
comment Why are CoefficientRules and MonomialList so slow?
What version of Mathematica are you using? On v8, my computer takes 270 seconds to finish CoefficientRules[Expand@#,y]& (but only 1 second to do the first two). Timings on v9 are similar to yours. On v10.3, it takes 15 seconds to do first three (regression?) on 10.4 it takes 17 seconds on the first three (further regression).
Apr
28
comment About Pade approximants for higher degrees using Mathematica
Please format your question properly. You can phrase your question in terms of x, y, z... Instead of alpha, beta, gamma...
Apr
27
comment Mathematica Serious Startup Error
I would also suggest contacting Wolfram support (wolfram.com/support/contact)
Apr
26
comment Subscripted variables give errors in Module expression
When I first started using Mathematica I used subscripts. Eventually I realized this is not a good way to go. I'd recommend switching to unsubscripted variables (like Ω1 instead of Subscript[Ω,1]).
Apr
26
comment How to construct the RHS of Wick's theorem
ScalarQ seems to be undefined
Apr
26
comment Is there an internal logic behind short form symbols, such as @ (Prefix), @@ (Apply), /@ (Map), /. (ReplaceAll)
~ Infix .................