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Nov
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comment How do I draw a pair of buttocks?
@Öskå, I agree, your butt is nicer than mine.
Nov
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answered How do I draw a pair of buttocks?
Nov
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comment Regarding Evaluated True
This appears to be a bug. At some point during the plot creation (inside System`ProtoPlotDump`iPlot) the Filling option value is processed to generate a full filling description for each plotted curve. This process does not take into account the Evaluated option and so sees only a single expression in your second example, and therefore only creates a Filling specification for one curve. I suggest you submit a bug report to Wolfram.
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comment Obtain polygons describing all intersections of many polygons
polygons[[9]] includes each perimeter point twice, so it is all hole.
Nov
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answered What extrapolation method does Interpolation use by default?
Nov
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answered Splitting a list of lists (part2)
Nov
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comment Fit inside a module
As funnypony points out, you have simply missed a few semicolons at the end of lines. Voting to close as trivial mistake.
Nov
20
comment Minesweeper beta:How to Dynamic a lot of graphics with high-speed
Or ToExpression["a=" <> ToString[3]]
Nov
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comment Upvalues and order of interpretation
@Kuba, I think this is more a question of evaluation control than pattern specificity. In QUAD["k1"]->2 OP needs QUAD["k1"] to partially evaluate to give an elementDefinition expression, but then for the elementDefinition SubValues not to evaluate - so that the UpValue definition kicks in instead when Rule evaluates. I'm not sure how this can be done. Personally I would steer clear of using built-ins like Rule as part of a homebrew syntax.
Nov
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comment How do you apply an algorithm individually to an array with many graphs
Regarding your "obviously it doesn't like doing that" snippet: the outermost iterator should be given first. Like this: Table[stuff, {j, allgraphs}, {k, Max[VertexDegree[j]]}]
Nov
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comment Maxwell propagator problem 2D
You probably want {ez, hy, hx} outside the Do loop so that it is returned from the module. Also I suggest you get the basic algorithm working before trying to compile it. And be aware of the difference between Dot and Times.
Nov
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comment How to do algebra on summations of variable expressions?
@Mr.Wizard, I wonder if some of these Sum transformations are already built in, somewhere inside the colossal rule set for Simplify. But I agree wholeheartedly with your comment.
Nov
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comment Comparison of Dispatch objects ureliable in Mathematica 10
@Szabolcs, in general rule order does matter though. Or is it different for Dispatch?
Nov
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answered Comparison of Dispatch objects ureliable in Mathematica 10
Nov
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answered How to do algebra on summations of variable expressions?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Quickly test if all element in list is the same