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Student from RWTH Aachen University in Germany.


Aug
17
asked Basic question about Dynamic
Aug
14
comment Using patterns in ReplaceAll to extract elements from tuples at arbitrary depths
@R.M: Thanks for the comment. Please see edit.
Aug
14
asked Using patterns in ReplaceAll to extract elements from tuples at arbitrary depths
Aug
13
asked Evaluation of Notebook chosen by FileNameSetter
Jun
29
asked Problems with visual update in GUI
Jun
29
accepted Basic questions about GUI
Jun
29
comment Basic questions about GUI
I'm getting close. But: How do I get the output, which is generated below the button, available for copy-paste.
Jun
29
comment Basic questions about GUI
Damn it. I run version 8.0.1. Thx for the edit.
Jun
29
comment Basic questions about GUI
@AlberRetey: 1. I copied your code into a notebook and evaluated it. No cdf-file has been created. 2. Nice approach with FileSetter. 4. Nice approach with InputField too.
Jun
29
revised Basic questions about GUI
deleted 88 characters in body
Jun
28
revised Basic questions about GUI
problem with further use of `path0`
Jun
28
asked Basic questions about GUI
Jun
27
revised Recursive function on list
edited body
Jun
27
comment Recursive function on list
@R.M The recursion is (a + (b + c*1/3)*1/3)*2/3 as you have always to pick the result of the element at the right hand side. Maybe I can use Reverseto simplify
Jun
27
comment Recursive function on list
@DanielLichtblau Please see edit.
Jun
27
revised Recursive function on list
added a plot for better understanding
Jun
27
comment Compatibility of Mathematica Notebooks written on Mac with Windows
I took MikeHoneychurch's tip into consideration and replaced WhitespaceCleaning by StringTrim and changed a_ to a_String (I didn't know that I needed to declare the type of my variables always). I changed the setting for "Message and Warning action". Still, evaluating the same code on both systems results in a red highlighted cell on Windows (hence, indicating a message) and not highlighted cell on Mac OS. However, on both systems the same messages appear (and presumably did also before).
Jun
27
asked Recursive function on list
Jun
26
comment Compatibility of Mathematica Notebooks written on Mac with Windows
@IstvánZachar No problem. I did not load any custom packages and I run the code with fresh kernel on both systems. Problem remains.
Jun
26
comment Compatibility of Mathematica Notebooks written on Mac with Windows
@IstvánZachar: I replaced -> with :>. Works now on Windows. However, both -> and :> return the same result on my Mac. I don't understand why "the left hand side of the rule does not match anything in the list". In ImportData I have two lists which do match the pattern {a_, b_, cc_, d_, e_, f_, g_, h_, i_}.