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comment Combinations of multiple matching patterns
@Berg see my updated answer, does this address your questions about the general nature of the approach?
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comment Combinations of multiple matching patterns
+1 for the "contrived and questionable" method
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comment Combinations of multiple matching patterns
This still leads to a massive amount of possible disjunctions that have to be manually addressed (and in the correct order) for the switch statement to work. Imagine not three fizzbuzz rules but a hundred
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comment what's my air speed if i know these details
this is not even a math question
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comment Direct Pressure Data Acquisition with Mathematica and Arduino
Have you tested performance i.e. how many samples you could capture per second?
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comment Is there a way to find the values of x for a graph in a given area?
...is that mac os 7?
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comment Cross product of three vectors
First of all you can't input a simple x-character and expect that to be the operator for cross product.
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comment Using two rules for the same variable
@march I agree that this should be added in the common pitfalls thread, especially since this behavior of ReplaceAll is somewhat hidden in the "Details" section of the documentation
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comment Using two rules for the same variable
@march is correct that ReplaceAll (/.) doesn't apply several rules to the same part of a given expression. For that case you want to use ReplaceRepeated (//.). In your case however this won't chance the output since x -> 3 changes x to be 3 so there is no more x for the second rule to match against