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i'm a beginner.

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comment What's wrong with this code to create a matrix?
ok. That kind of makes sense. I just figured the language would be sufficiently robust to allow for real numbers equal to an integer to be used as an integer. Is there a reason why it doesn't support this?
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comment What's wrong with this code to create a matrix?
Isn't n +1 an integer though? 4/.2 + 1 = 21?
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comment How do I create a histogram out of this datastructure: x[i] = value_i?
I think this makes sense to me now. Thanks for your help. One last question: Are there any unintended consequences to using ReleaseHold or DownValues that might cause problems as I use a[] lower in my code?
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comment How do I create a histogram out of this datastructure: x[i] = value_i?
This still doesn't seem to work for me: a[1] = 1; a[2] = 2; a[3] = 6; a[4] = 2; Histogram[DownValues[a]] All I get is an empty axis?
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comment How do I create a histogram out of this datastructure: x[i] = value_i?
Thanks for your response. What is the holding bit about?
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comment How can I use Max[] in a function that is passed a list not find the max of the list
Good Call. Clip[x, {4, Infinity}] works
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