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May
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comment Using NotebookDirectory in batch-mode
@AlbertRetey Oh, ok. This is a good news, and also interesting. I thought that these two were identical, and the public one being just an alias for the private one. Apparently they are different.
May
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comment Using NotebookDirectory in batch-mode
@AlbertRetey Interesting, I was not aware of this. I wonder what are the conditions for $InputFileName to return relative paths.
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comment $InputFileName backwards compatibility
@AlbertRetey So more the better! Thanks for checking, I don't currently have V6 installed.
May
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comment Using NotebookDirectory in batch-mode
+1. @rm-rf, Albert: In fact,$InputFileName was there since at least V7, but it was hidden, as I described here.
May
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comment Recursive Integration
@SNMRamli Was glad to help. This was a nice prolem. Re:rep - it will come very soon if you stay on the site. And you can still accept answers, I am sure (but do so of course only if you feel that the answer does answer your question). Generally, it is a good idea to read the FAQ, if you have not already done so.
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May
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comment Recursive Integration
@J.M. Thanks. Re: support for integral equations - yes, that's a very good question.
May
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comment Recursive Integration
@Jens Missed that one too. Good stuff.
May
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comment Recursive Integration
@DanielLichtblau Well, there is never too much, on a good Saturday night :-)
May
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comment Recursive Integration
@DanielLichtblau Thanks! Such a comment is especially great to receive when it comes from someone with your background and experience. These days I don't get a lot of chances to get into some math, so I thoroughly enjoyed this question.
May
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comment Recursive Integration
@Jens Indeed. I completely missed that one. Perhaps because I generally tend to ignore most math-related questions. But that one is interesting. Thanks for the link!
May
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comment rule-based implementation of an algorithm
@Aky Sure, was glad to help. Good if it works for you.
May
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comment Recursive Integration
You don't need an initial condition here - it follows from your equation that $M(0)=0$, unless $M$ has some special kind of singularities.
May
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comment Recursive Integration
@rm-rf Oh boy...No!!! :-)
May
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comment Recursive Integration
@rm-rf I usually ignore questions of this sort, but today I am in a strange, a little nostalgic mood.
May
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comment Why changing list's head takes time?
@OleksandrR. Sure, I implied this. Perhaps, I could have articulated this point better, thanks.
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answered Recursive Integration
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comment Why changing list's head takes time?
@YvesKlett All right, I followed your suggestion.
May
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answered Why changing list's head takes time?