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Jan
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revised How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
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Jan
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comment How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
@ssch I haven`t paid attention to this example. Thanks. Previous result must be #2, right?
Jan
15
comment How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
@b.gatessucks I wrote this not thinking too much on it. My desire is to learn how to use the previous value. Thanks for attention.
Jan
15
comment How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
@ssch I used this argument, my goal is to learn how to use the previous value. And can you look at my edit?
Jan
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revised How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
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asked How can I compare the previous value and the current value implemented during NestWhileList?
Jan
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revised How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
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Jan
12
accepted How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
Jan
10
comment How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
Thank you very much.Right, I am here because of learning how to think functionally when using Mathematica not having my program done by other users :) In addition, I am fairly new to Mathematica.
Jan
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revised How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
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revised How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
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Jan
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comment How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
@Verbeia Yes, rk is a separate function. Yes, I am aware of this and I am sorry, however, I should post the original program. All right, thank you.
Jan
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revised How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
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Jan
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comment How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
@Verbeia Thank you, it looks better :) I have written n instead of t by mistake. data is interpolated tensor data and I find the tensor at {a[t], b[t], c[t]} by k[t]. func1 is a special function written by me.
Jan
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revised How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
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revised How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
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asked How can I improve my code with efficient mathematica built-in functions?
Jan
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comment How can I fill in a matrix at every iteration of a Do loop?
Ohh, thanks! This does what I want at one line :)
Jan
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accepted How can I fill in a matrix at every iteration of a Do loop?