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Mar
9
comment The inverse function of “Prime”
@JasonB, thanks. Another option is to solve n Log[n] == p (or other approximation of $p_n$) for n.
Mar
9
revised The inverse function of “Prime”
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Mar
9
comment The inverse function of “Prime”
Thank you both for your comments, they answered to the question I posed, only not for any prime p. I edited by question to include the case I was testing.
Mar
9
revised The inverse function of “Prime”
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9
asked The inverse function of “Prime”
Feb
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Jul
22
comment Function with lazy and non-lazy arguments
Thanks for pointing it out, fixed. The function was more complicated and I was trying to build a minimal example.
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revised Function with lazy and non-lazy arguments
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asked Function with lazy and non-lazy arguments
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Jan
13
comment ListPlot: Plotting large data fast
Is FastListPlot prepared to accept a list of datasets? ;)
Nov
13
comment ListPlot3D with small (but acceptable) precision
Indeed, updated the question to reflect that.
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asked ListPlot3D with small (but acceptable) precision
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Jan
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accepted Replacing character in position
Jan
8
comment Replacing character in position
-.-' I needed it in a middle position and because, strangely enough, StringReplacePart["111", "0", -1] works, I assumed the notation was consistent. Thanks @rm-rf, feel free to add an answer.
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asked Replacing character in position