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comment Definitions inside ParallelTable?
@halirutan The example I used originally doesn't show why making the definition inside ParallelTable could be useful. I'll edit the question. Suppose that instead of a = 4 or a = i, I do a[i] = i. That's more similar to my actual problem. I do have several a's (one a[i] for each i), and their values are independent, so there should be no conflict between kernels.
Jan
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comment Definitions inside ParallelTable?
@halirutan Because I compute the value to assign inside the ParallelTable.
Jan
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asked Definitions inside ParallelTable?
Jan
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answered Function that returns the binary string given its index in lexicographic ordering
Jan
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asked Function that returns the binary string given its index in lexicographic ordering
Dec
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comment Interrupting FactorInteger automatically when it takes a very long time
@Kuba why is it [on hold] as off-topic? It should be duplicate, not off-topic.
Dec
28
comment Zero-dimensional matrices
reminds me of a little article on the same issue by Carl de Boor with the title An empty exercise (citation, pdf).
Dec
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accepted Elegantly split a matrix into positive and negative parts?
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
20
comment Elegantly split a matrix into positive and negative parts?
Also, Abs[-m] is the same as Abs[m].
Dec
20
accepted How to add a common color legend to a grid of density plots?
Dec
20
comment Question about number theory
What's n? It should be p, right?
Dec
20
comment Question about number theory
999 is not a prime
Dec
20
revised Question about number theory
added homework tag
Dec
20
comment Question about number theory
@user116988 In that case, you should use the homework tag.
Dec
20
suggested suggested edit on Question about number theory
Dec
19
comment Elegantly split a matrix into positive and negative parts?
+1... Are you using With[{u = UnitStep}, ...] just to save characters? You're not helping the OP :(
Dec
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revised Elegantly split a matrix into positive and negative parts?
fixed code
Dec
19
revised Elegantly split a matrix into positive and negative parts?
fixed code