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awarded  Nice Question
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Dec
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accepted Get rational and irrational parts
Dec
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comment Get rational and irrational parts
Yes, of course. Very clever solution.
Dec
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comment Get rational and irrational parts
As a mathematician / theoretical computer scientist, I think of $a$ and $b$ as "symbolically rational" (i.e. some rational numbers by assumption). Of course I also know, but often forget, that (1) symbolic, (2) symbolically rational, and (3) and rational are three different "data types" that can all behave differently in Mathematica.
Dec
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comment Get rational and irrational parts
What if $a$ and $b$ are symbolic?
Dec
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comment Get rational and irrational parts
Very nice. Thanks!
Dec
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asked Get rational and irrational parts
Nov
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accepted Simple pattern/texture on chart elements
Nov
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comment Simple pattern/texture on chart elements
Scaling is definitely needed since this BarChart is just a MWE. My actual BarChart does only have two types of bars though.
Nov
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revised Simple pattern/texture on chart elements
clarified
Nov
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comment Simple pattern/texture on chart elements
That would work, but I would prefer it there were some sort of pattern as well. Can you make one have stripes or dots?
Nov
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asked Simple pattern/texture on chart elements
Oct
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accepted Grid lines extending too far
Oct
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comment Grid lines extending too far
Yes, both solutions work for the example I gave, but this one continues to work after adding the option PlotRange -> {0, 4}) but the other solution no longer works.
Oct
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asked Grid lines extending too far