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Tag for questions about compatibility among various versions of Mathematica, and compatibility issues of Mathematica with various operating systems.

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No, this is not possible since there is no forward compatibility for MX files. DumpSave will refuse to continue reading the file once it sees it was written by a newer version as demonstrated in the …
answered Oct 21 '15 by ilian
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There is already discussion about String and ByteArray in the linked previous Q & A, so I'll comment a bit about general expressions. This only concerns the named hash algorithms like "MD5" or "SHA" …
answered Mar 14 '18 by ilian
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It is documented that the "Edges" property returns the polyhedron edges as vertex index pairs (emphasis mine). It is also documented that one might use PolyhedronData["SquashedDodecahedron", "Edges" …
answered May 24 '17 by ilian
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I'm not going to write an answer, but in terms of getting your desired behavior, try Block[{Internal`PacletFindFile}, Get["TestPaclet`", Path -> {$HomeDirectory}]] Get::noopen: Cannot open Tes …
answered Feb 13 '18 by ilian
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As of version 11.3.0, support for 32-bit Linux has been discontinued. Only 64-bit Linux is supported, and the system requirements page has now been updated to reflect that http://www.wolfram.com/mat …
answered Mar 18 '18 by ilian