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comment How to sort digits in a string while keeping other characters untouched?
+1 You could also use !OrderedQ[{b, d}] as your condition which should be faster than converting to numbers.
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answered How to sort digits in a string while keeping other characters untouched?
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answered Flatten nested lists
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comment How can I create a 3D representation of an object with known coordinates and adjacency table in mathematica?
@Jinxed, the OP didn't include data - I copied it in from kguler's answer because I though it was worth keeping the question open and all it really lacked was example data.
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reviewed Close Fitting an ellipse to data with a special constraint
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reviewed Leave Open ReplaceRepeated made a single replacement where I expected multiple replacements to be made
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reviewed Close Efficient way to compute the gradient
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comment Efficient way to compute the gradient
Hi novice, your question is about to be put on hold because there's not enough information to give a satisfactory answer. You can edit it (the edit button is underneath the question) to address the questions raised by Jens and then it can be re-opened.
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reviewed Leave Open Need help with notations
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reviewed Leave Open Prevent evaluation of certain cells / code segments
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reviewed Close Protected tag in DSolve
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reviewed Leave Open How can I create a 3D representation of an object with known coordinates and adjacency table in mathematica?
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comment How can I create a 3D representation of an object with known coordinates and adjacency table in mathematica?
I copied your example data into the question, hope you don't mind. I think it's worth keeping open. +1 of course.
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revised How can I create a 3D representation of an object with known coordinates and adjacency table in mathematica?
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reviewed Close Determine whether one value is divisible by another
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comment Determine whether one value is divisible by another
Divisible[52^52, 52!] would be the obvious way
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comment Match opening and closing parentheses?
@sacratus, other characters can be removed after appending the position numbers but before doing the replacement (see edit).
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revised Match opening and closing parentheses?
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