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comment Random sampling of multiple integers with constant sum
@DanielLichtblau, LLIAMnYP and others: The post has been reopened :)
Oct
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answered Defining indefinitely many functions
Oct
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comment Defining indefinitely many functions
"But, f[1] is longer and looks messier than f1." — This is absolutely a terrible justification for doing this and I really hope beginners reading this don't get into such a habit. Not worth wasting time to save 2 characters, IMO.
Sep
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comment In a list of Disk, how to efficiently delete Disk which are close to other Disk?
Also related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/47683/5
Sep
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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comment Double Click Selection IntelliJ Idea
Cool. FYI, you have an option to self answer when asking the question itself. :)
Sep
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comment Double Click Selection IntelliJ Idea
That was... fast (the question and the comment). you can delete it yourself if you feel you no longer need an answer
Sep
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awarded  Necromancer
Aug
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comment Finding all of the words containing certain letters
Nice! :) $\phantom{}$
Aug
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comment Finding all of the words containing certain letters
This doesn't do what the OP requested in the question. Their output contains words with all of the letters in a, e, i, o, u, y whereas this returns words with any of the letters in that list.
Aug
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answered Finding all of the words containing certain letters
Aug
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revised Finding all of the words containing certain letters
added 13 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Aug
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comment Scraping High-Res images from the MoMA and the Van Gogh Museum websites
Awesome! Thanks for your patience and for making these edits :)
Aug
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comment Scraping High-Res images from the MoMA and the Van Gogh Museum websites
@martin I suppose you could add something like that to work around it. I haven't read your code in detail and it's hard to follow because of the variable names and deep nesting, but now that you know the issue, the site's stance and what could be done (if it needs to be done), I trust you'll make the necessary (hopefully minor) modifications to the code, mostly for your own peace of mind :)
Aug
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comment Scraping High-Res images from the MoMA and the Van Gogh Museum websites
@martin What sort of compromise would satisfy you? We try to discourage people asking detailed questions, getting others to spend time on it and answer it, only to then realize that they probably should not have posted it/their teacher might find out that they cheated/it was their company's proprietary data/the question was silly, etc. People have all sorts of reasons, but unless there is a demonstrable case of actual, explicit copyright infringement, we don't remove stuff. And I don't think your question comes even close to actual infringement (enables it, with the right parameters, perhaps).
Aug
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awarded  Good Answer
Aug
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comment User defined packages don't load with $\mathtt{Needs}$ or $\mathtt{Get}$
Related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/9921/5
Aug
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comment Scraping High-Res images from the MoMA and the Van Gogh Museum websites
Right now the code is just words on a screen. It contains no images that are subject to copyright and the code, I presume, is your own work which is licensed CC by SA 3.0. Legal implications fall on the person executing the code, who would be the person doing the downloading of said images. Belisarius' answer also uses a value of 1 which is allowed, per my reading of the meta post that you asked and is now deleted. Most jurisdictions have exclusions for non-commercial, home use, fair use, etc. so don't think it'd be a problem. I'm not a lawyer, though.