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comment Retrieve Options from function other than graphics objects
The output for Options[Unevaluated@f[0, "Amplitude" -> 2]] I'd like to get is {"Amplitude" -> 2, Frequency ->1}
Jan
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comment Retrieve Options from function other than graphics objects
I expected HoldAll to do the trick, but it doesn't
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comment Retrieve Options from function other than graphics objects
I should have clarified that I want to use OptionsPattern, see the edit in my question
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asked Retrieve Options from function other than graphics objects
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revised Localising OptionValues
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asked Localising OptionValues
Nov
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comment How do I draw a pair of buttocks?
Combine this with the answer from Simon Woods and this is some serious application for the new wolfram programming cloud:D
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awarded  Good Question
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comment Programming a recursive FFT with Mathematica
@Rojo, might be a dumb question, but what does ^= do?
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awarded  Curious
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comment Higher RAM handling by 32bit Mathematica
At the risk appearing condescending, but have you considered switching to a 64bit environment? If your programmes are oftentimes computationally heavy (RAM, CPU/GPU) a 32bit operating system isn't going to cut it. Is there any real hardware issue keeping you from going 64bit?
Jun
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comment Runge-Kutta 2nd Order ODE Solver
The link I provided shows you how to numerically solve differential equations in Mathematica. You don't have to implement your own algorithm - Mathematica comes with tones of algorithms for almost everything. You don't even have to tell Mathematica which algorithm to use as it automatically chooses one if non is explicitly given.
Jun
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comment Runge-Kutta 2nd Order ODE Solver
As far as I am concerned the type of solver (e.g. Runge Kutta, explicit Euler,...) doesn't have anything to do with rewriting an ODE of order n as n individual first order ODEs
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comment Runge-Kutta 2nd Order ODE Solver
Have a look at reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/tutorial/…
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revised Riffle and Partition
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