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comment Ghost trails with Animate?
@Kuba But then, you wouldn't have the joy of writing code to extract the code. :) code=StringJoin[Cases[First[Cases[Import["http://mathematica.stackexchange.com/‌​questions/75936/ghost-trails-with-animate","XMLObject"], XMLElement["td", {_, _, "class" -> "answercell"}, ___],Infinity]],XMLElement["pre", {}, {XMLElement["code", _, {code_}]}] :> code, Infinity]]
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revised What is the confidence limit on this convergence?
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answered Complex Integration
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revised Module function corrupts string?
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reviewed Close Matrix form of complex numbers
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reviewed Leave Open My matematica notebook dosen't work,its bring syntax error ,why?
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comment Module function corrupts string?
+1 @TraceKira This code is much more idiomatic and easily readable by anyone who is familiar with Mathematica. This style of programming is also much more efficient in Mathematica, as I've tried to illustrate in my edit.
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comment Minimizing a function with a constant $l > 0$
@B.Lee An accept is ample and you're welcome. Maybe Beli could bounty it, as he has 64K these days. :)