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revised How can I set up a versioning system within a notebook?
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comment Controlling TreePlot (and GraphPlot) layout issue
Right. (there should be a RandomString[] function in M- I think)
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revised Controlling TreePlot (and GraphPlot) layout issue
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answered How can I make an InputField with a proper newline/carriage return?
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answered Controlling TreePlot (and GraphPlot) layout issue
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answered How can I set up a versioning system within a notebook?
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revised How can I set up a versioning system within a notebook?
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accepted How to make MapAt work with Span?
Jun
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comment How to construct a treemap using non-rectangles?
I did see that demo, but the code I have above is already much better for a few reasons: it is not a hard coded example, it is a usable function that take nested data as input, it uses squarified not slice and dice...
Jun
3
comment How can one define an infix operator with an arbitrary unicode character?
But what exactly do these columns mean?
Jun
3
revised How can one define an infix operator with an arbitrary unicode character?
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Jun
3
comment How can one define an infix operator with an arbitrary unicode character?
It should be highlighted just like the \[LeftRightArrow] in the first output image: red when used improperly, and black otherwise. Also, no the Notation`Private`internalCharacterInformation trick only stops InfixNotation from complaining.
Jun
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revised How can one define an infix operator with an arbitrary unicode character?
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3
comment How can one define an infix operator with an arbitrary unicode character?
Exactly, so how can gone introduce a new character and tell Mathematica that it is supposed to be a binary operator?