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 Mar7 awarded Taxonomist Jan26 awarded Yearling Sep30 awarded Explainer Jan26 awarded Yearling Jul4 comment MathLink and a function of a real variable You can "overload" your function like MyFunction[x_Integer]:=MyFunction[N[x]]. Jun26 comment sequence of matrix multiplications Lookup Nest and friends. Jun25 comment How can I randomize order of elements in a list? @belisarius no just to edit the typo ... Jun25 comment How can I randomize order of elements in a list? Use RandomSample. Jun11 awarded Enlightened Jun11 awarded Nice Answer Jun9 comment Memory handling by ConstantArray Probably the array was initially packed because it had only one type of data and when another type was introduced was unpacked. Try adding 1. instead of 1 and see what happens. Jun8 comment Plotting equipotentials gone wrong I think you should manipulate it mathematically a bit further. Jun8 revised Plotting equipotentials gone wrong improved formatting Jun8 suggested approved edit on Plotting equipotentials gone wrong Jun7 comment What is the fastest way to maintain a large set of expressions? Try linked lists. Jun7 comment Accurately evaluating the hypergeometric function Try this Block[{\$MaxExtraPrecision = 100}, N[Hypergeometric2F1[1, 1, 200, -1], 17]] Jun6 comment How to decompose a complex expression containing repeated subexpressions? FullSimplify looks like it does a better job. Jun5 comment How to check an algebraic number for membership in a list PossibleZeroQ might be of some help. Jun5 comment Select elements in a list when the firsts two items are the same (no matter order) and its third element is lower @user7892 If you mean the Complement[Most[#1], Most[#2]] === {} part, it's just a way using basic principles from set theory for gathering the same edges. Jun5 answered Select elements in a list when the firsts two items are the same (no matter order) and its third element is lower