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Feb
21
comment Visual Studio Express 2010 on x86-64: libcmt.lib missing
I think that what happened was that somehow you did not select enough options when installing the SDK. It has a formidable feature selection screen, and... I guess just something happened there. Installing SDK over VS is the MS' recommended way of doing things as well, so this order is probably the most commonly tested scenario in the world.
Feb
20
comment Visual Studio Express 2010 on x86-64: libcmt.lib missing
64 bit libraries are in C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\lib\amd64, one directory level deeper. Try adding this path you the LIB environment variables. When VS is installed, the INCLUDE and LIB paths are not set system-wide; instead, there are .bat files that set up specific environments. These do not apply to Mathematica, so I think your best bet is to set the environment vars by hand. (For the SDK, set LIB to something like C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\lib\x64).
Feb
20
comment Computing eigenvectors and eigenvalues
If the matrix is symbolic, the eigenvectors are unordered, correct.
Feb
4
comment How can I use the Klingon alphabet symbols?
I installed a pIqaD font (only these map Unicode private range 0xF8D0..0xF8FF to Klingon characters, but that did not help Mathematica render these characters. Is there a configuration file that maps character range to a particular font? I think Mathematica does not try very earnestly to map code points to available fonts in the system. (This is in Windows 7).
Feb
4
comment How can I use the Klingon alphabet symbols?
What OS are you using?
Feb
4
awarded  Editor
Feb
4
revised Using variables in function names
continuous -> contiguous.
Feb
3
awarded  Teacher
Feb
3
answered Using variables in function names
Jan
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
28
comment Functional style using lazy lists?
Wow! Nice. I should add that trick to my toolbox.