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Apr
22
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
18
comment What is the correct idiom for mapping a 0 value in a modulo n expression back to n?
@Kuba: Duh! I should have looked a bit more closely at the doc!
Apr
18
revised What is the correct idiom for mapping a 0 value in a modulo n expression back to n?
Correct argument
Apr
18
accepted What is the correct idiom for mapping a 0 value in a modulo n expression back to n?
Apr
17
comment What is the correct idiom for mapping a 0 value in a modulo n expression back to n?
@Kuba: I don't get it?
Apr
17
asked What is the correct idiom for mapping a 0 value in a modulo n expression back to n?
Apr
16
comment How can I customize arrowhead shape to match common LaTeX styles?
I can't get this code to work anymore.
Apr
14
accepted How do I get my spline based arrows to have rounded ends?
Apr
13
comment How do I get my spline based arrows to have rounded ends?
Promising. What if the arrow is dashed or dotted?
Apr
11
comment How do I get my spline based arrows to have rounded ends?
I'm trying to get the butt (start) of the arrow rounded.
Apr
11
asked How do I get my spline based arrows to have rounded ends?
Apr
8
reviewed Approve calculating subsets of a matrix (L=40X40)
Apr
8
comment What are the cool kids talking about when they use ##&[]?
@Mr.Wizard: So the duplicate text should say "or already has an answer".
Apr
8
awarded  Good Question
Apr
6
comment Is there a way to run Python from within Mathematica?
@ThomasH: Can you give me a specific example of something that works that I can try. It doesn't even work for me anymore (10.0.2.0).
Apr
6
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
5
comment Is there a way to run Python from within Mathematica?
Actually, this doesn't work for me at all either. I get nothing. And —weirdly — after executing it I can't quite the front end.
Apr
5
comment Is there a way to run Python from within Mathematica?
Yes; also, it looks like the approach I had no longer works.
Apr
5
comment Is there a way to run Python from within Mathematica?
Also, can you show how it would work with an existing script?
Apr
5
comment Is there a way to run Python from within Mathematica?
Can you contrast this with the Import approach? Is it just that it avoids using an existing script? FWIW, I'd never write the Python code in the Mathematica environment: the code editing tools are just too poor.