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comment What is a Horn Clause?
Wrong forum, sorry. Try math.stackexchange.com
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comment Functional way to Climb an Association Decision Tree
Yes. {rest}~g~tree@first would be a little bit strange...
Jan
18
comment Abort not aborting
+1 Very useful to me. Tks.
Jan
18
comment Functional way to Climb an Association Decision Tree
How would I use your idea to walk over "Mathematica" decision tree?
Jan
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comment Functional way to Climb an Association Decision Tree
Very cool. You could use the new notation to do (Not@*AssociationQ) instead of (Not[AssociationQ[#]] &)
Jan
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comment Functional way to Climb an Association Decision Tree
+1 Clever as always. But isn't tree[first] against yours bracketfobius style? :p
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comment Functional way to Climb an Association Decision Tree
Much more elegant then TakeWhile. +1
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Jan
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comment Loading Packages with Parameters
@Mr.Wizard about your first question, with Kuba solution I don't need to put any extra code inside ConnPackage.
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comment Loading Packages with Parameters
@Mr.Wizard yes! Much better using ConnPackage, I forgot BeginPackage reads System and the loaded package.