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comment How to create 'help' `?` for a function (as documentation)
It is safe to say that Mathematica's ::usage and template system is best described as "kludgy". For the benefit of others I provide a link to a question that summarizes the various problems and possible workarounds: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/58669/…
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comment How to define a complicated function inside the body of Compile?
If you define bigNastyFunction = Function[{y}, Sin[y]] instead of using Compile, then ByteCount[f] goes down from 11704 to 4560, the same as @MichaelE2 's first answer.
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asked How to define a complicated function inside the body of Compile?
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comment What's the easiest way to remove overall factors from polynomials?
What is keepVars supposed to be? Do I put x in there? Comment: the most essential thing for my application is only to drop powers of x. Dropping of constants is only for cosmetic reasons. Since you say the second part is not "well defined", would it be easier to code it with this relaxed request?
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comment What's the easiest way to remove overall factors from polynomials?
@Dr.belisarius I didn't mean to use "trailing function character" as a technical term. I'm just saying that I'm not adding it for certain reasons.
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accepted How to efficiently write code with many functions that have variable number of iterators/arguments/
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asked What's the easiest way to remove overall factors from polynomials?
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comment Euler-Maclaurin summation
I think the missing $\gamma$ comes from the 'remainder' term of the Euler-Maclaurin formula.
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answered Euler-Maclaurin summation
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accepted Is it possible to match a sequence with multiple heads without using Condition
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comment How to organize expression by symbols (like Collect), but apply different functions to each coefficient
@Mr.Wizard ive been traveling, then got sick... Will come back when I get better
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answered Is it possible to match a sequence with multiple heads without using Condition
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asked Is it possible to match a sequence with multiple heads without using Condition
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accepted SeriesData sucks when it can. How do I keep SeriesData from sucking?
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comment No help from ?-command
The bug is present in 10.3.1 The bug usually appears after I build documentation files using Workbench.
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comment Add up data values for matching entries
@Mr.Wizard Your answer makes it clear my question is a duplicate of 4332. The OP of that question used a data set with all numbers, and as a result it wasn't immediately clear to me that he wanted to do the same thing I wanted to do.
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comment Wrong result of simple math calculation. Is it possibly a bug of the program?
Read this: reference.wolfram.com/language/tutorial/NumbersOverview.html