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Dec
27
asked What kind of patterns in a list of rules would benefit from being Dispatched?
Dec
27
comment Why does the Ver. 10.0 FrontEnd lose matching of parentheses when we insert quotations?
What is the status of this bug on OS X in Mathematica 10.3.1?
Dec
27
comment Front ends gone wild with named slots
What is the status of this bug in 10.3.1?
Dec
26
comment How to create a dynamic expanding DisplayForm's styled like the ones in v10?
Is this a v10 only feature?
Dec
26
accepted How to exclusively match in the numerator?
Dec
26
accepted Recommendations about modifying usage of built-in symbols
Dec
26
comment Recommendations about modifying usage of built-in symbols
I will accept this answer, also bearing in mind the warnings given by Leonid and Daniel as comments to the question.
Dec
26
asked How does Internal`PolynomialFunctionQ work?
Dec
26
comment Are formal characters like \[FormalA] to be used differently than other symbols?
@R.M. Out of curiosity, would you know in which version of Mathematica \[Formal] characters were introduced?
Dec
25
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
25
revised Usage information garbled when printed to pdf or printer
edited tags
Dec
23
comment Usage information garbled when printed to pdf or printer
Can anyone else confirm?
Dec
22
asked Usage information garbled when printed to pdf or printer
Dec
22
accepted How to inject segments of code into functions defined by SetDelayed
Dec
22
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
21
comment How to inject segments of code into functions defined by SetDelayed
@MikeHoneychurch Input f[3] gives Sum[int[i],{i,1,n}]+y. The n didn't get replaced by 3.
Dec
21
comment How to inject segments of code into functions defined by SetDelayed
int[i] is a recursively defined symbolic function (the result is usually a polynomial plus some logarithms), y is a similar object (polynomial+logs) but known explicitly (no recursive code).
Dec
21
comment How to inject segments of code into functions defined by SetDelayed
With isn't working on my computer (Mathematica 10.2 on Mac OS X). What version are you using?
Dec
21
asked How to inject segments of code into functions defined by SetDelayed
Dec
21
comment Recommendations about modifying usage of built-in symbols
@LeonidShifrin Thanks. The answer by Istvan seems to disagree with your opinion. Perhaps I should have mentioned that the only way I intend to use the symbols are as option names. I don't modify their definitions. Would this be safe? Or would still advise against it?