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I store a reference to the association in a held expression in a variable: a=<||>; b=Hold[a]; And in the code, I want to do manipulations with the original ...
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### Using With in combination with Graphics [duplicate]

Assume that we are given a symbol p={x,y} which should represent a 2D point. If x and y have ...
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### Order of Evaluate for Map

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### Function of a function, both of a list of variables

I am trying to avoid dealing with long explicit lists of variables. What i do so far is the following: VarList={x_, y_}; ParList={x, y}; ValList={2, 3}; What ...