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awarded  Enlightened
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31
awarded  Nice Answer
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31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on For loop efficiency
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31
revised How do I designate arguments in a nested map?
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31
revised Thread over a nested list top to bottom until non-list elements are found
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revised Picking random items out of a list only once
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answered How to input pure function to package?
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reviewed Close Please explain this short code
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revised Transform a list of functions to a composition
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30
reviewed Close How to find the local maximum of a list
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answered Transform a list of functions to a composition
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answered Extracing information from a table
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comment Extracing information from a table
Hey, nice to see you answering again! :)
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awarded  Necromancer
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revised Are there “All” and “Any” functions in Mathematica?
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comment Are there “All” and “Any” functions in Mathematica?
Yes, I'll add that syntax in as well.
Mar
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answered Are there “All” and “Any” functions in Mathematica?
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answered Matching variables with Subscripts yielding True and False
Mar
28
comment How to modify the file “KeyEventTranslations.tr” to use Enter to evaluate the current cell?
@renphysics, Regarding your flag, your update only mentions Szabolcs's link. I'll try to address the questions you ask in it: 1) It works only for that notebook because it explicitly sets it only for the EvaluationNotebook[]. You can set it for all notebooks by changing that to $FrontEnd 2) These settings are stored in the object's options and persists across sessions. See Options@EvaluationNotebook[].
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comment SparseArray internal structure
Istvan, I've merged as you requested. Please also add the quote above and the example to Szabolcs's question as well, so that parts of Leonid's answer makes sense on that question as well :)