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I Mathematica at a sixth grade level mostly do to my self-smarting. Thankfully people here help me out a lot.


Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
19
comment Can you label an array by variables or strings instead of integers?
Thanks for the help!
Jun
19
accepted Can you label an array by variables or strings instead of integers?
Jun
19
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Jun
18
comment Can you label an array by variables or strings instead of integers?
@rcollyer - Sorry, I usually format things, but I didn't think it mattered in the context of a sentence. I'll be more careful next time. Thanks for the heads up.
Jun
18
comment Can you label an array by variables or strings instead of integers?
@Mr.Wizard - yes, that is exactly what I want to do.
Jun
18
comment Can you label an array by variables or strings instead of integers?
@Mr.Wizard - I added an practical example. Thanks for the clarification.
Jun
18
revised Can you label an array by variables or strings instead of integers?
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Jun
18
asked Can you label an array by variables or strings instead of integers?
Jun
13
awarded  Teacher
Jun
7
answered How can you form a variable from a function and its arguments?
Jun
7
comment How can you form a variable from a function and its arguments?
+1 Thanks for the help!
Jun
7
comment How can you form a variable from a function and its arguments?
For example ToString[{foo,x,y,z}] doesn't give me what I would expect, namely it is not that same thing as {ToString[foo],ToString[x],ToString[b],ToString[c]}.
Jun
7
comment How can you form a variable from a function and its arguments?
@OleksandrR - I am positive I want to do it! I did realize that that I can take ToString[x y z] and get xyz, which then I do ToExpression[%] and get a variable xyz (which is what I want). My problem is extracting the foo, x, y, and z from my original function...Thanks for the help so far.
Jun
7
asked How can you form a variable from a function and its arguments?
May
16
comment Can you form a list with elements which are terms from an equation?
@Artes - your suggestion works too- thanks so much!
May
16
comment Can you form a list with elements which are terms from an equation?
@Spawn1701D - I see what you are saying now. Apply[List,%] does the trick. If you want to write this as an answer I will accept it. Thanks for the help!
May
16
comment Can you form a list with elements which are terms from an equation?
Hi guys, thank you very much for your help so far. Unfortunately I have had to update the question as I try your suggestions and see what additional flexibility I else I need.
May
16
revised Can you form a list with elements which are terms from an equation?
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revised Can you form a list with elements which are terms from an equation?
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