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comment Compile for deployment
@sebhofer Unfortunately: no. It turned out in the long run that for deployment, the easiest way (at least for me) was to manually gather all the packaged functions, or don't use packaged functions at all. It becomes really tedious when deploying projects more complex than a simple demonstration...
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reviewed Approve replacement tag wiki
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reviewed Approve How to discretize a nonlinear PDE fast?
Jun
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revised Creating a highly customized BarChart
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comment Is it possible to use some short form in Postfix
Just to make it clear: if ? had been an operator for Information it would have to be entered in prefix form as ?@Sin or ?[Sin] instead of ?Sin. Only if the operator is called as op@arg can you postfix it as arg//op.
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comment Generate regularly spaced points from the surface of simplexes
@Jagra It is not really an injector pattern in the control-your-evaluation-manually-sense, but a way to create dependent iterators for Table. I'm really happy that you find it useful :)
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comment Generate regularly spaced points from the surface of simplexes
@Jagra Well, I have serious problems with conceptualizing higher dimensions, so please excuse me for omitting the tesseract :)
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revised Generate regularly spaced points from the surface of simplexes
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answered Generate regularly spaced points from the surface of simplexes
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comment Equating two lists, element by element
Related: Equating matrices (or higher order tensors) element-wise
Jun
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comment How can I test properties of a symbol without unwanted evaluation
@Leonid Yes, I got to the same conclusion, but then how can one exclude delayed definitions?
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asked How can I test properties of a symbol without unwanted evaluation
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comment Implementing a safe ValueQ that does not evaluate its argument
Ah, ok, I assumed that it was deliberate to call with a different argument than in the definition.
Jun
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comment Implementing a safe ValueQ that does not evaluate its argument
Interestingly, under v8 and v9, valueQ /@ Unevaluated[{a, b[1], c[1][5], f[1, d, 2]}] returns {True, True, False, True} instead of four True-s. Did I miss something?