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Can I define a “postfix map” operator with comparable precedence behavior to // [duplicate]

I am trying to define a "postfix map" operator (denoted $OP$ for now) that behaves thus: ...
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custom precedence for custom infix operator with InfixNotation [duplicate]

I am trying to define several custom operators with custom precedence to implement geometric algebra. Loading the notation package << Notation` I can ...
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when is f@g not the same as f[g]?

I have always thought that f@g will give the same result as f[g] in all cases, and it is just a matter of style which one to use ...
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Going full functional (Haskell style)

I'm trying to define some notation so that Mathematica code would be more functional, similar to Haskell (just for fun): currying, lambdas, infix operator to function conversion, etc.. And I have some ...
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Piping and Replacement

I haven't been able to figure out how to use piping with certain functions. Specifically, I would like to apply a replacement at the end of a pipe, like the following: ...
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How can I use the Klingon alphabet symbols?

Note: This functionality is presently missing. See: How to add named characters to Mathematica 10? Mathematica apparently supports the Klingon alphabet: ...
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Pattern matching deletion of list items [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I remove B -> A from a list if A -> B is in the list? I'm working toward building a graph and use some code to construct my rules which results in a form as ...
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How to construct custom operators with precedence?

I need to combine data structures in operations analogous to addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (and more). I need more than one operation of each type, i.e. more than one method of ...
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How do I mimic the functionality of “<>”?

The Cell expression for: <> is Cell[BoxData["<>"], "Input"] However similar expressions are parsed into RowBox(...
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Is there any way to define a new binary operator? [duplicate]

I am looking to define a new operator that would work similarly to the + or - operator. My end goal is to make a dice operator for calculating random distributions in the normal d20 fashion (e.g. 5d6 ...