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Questions about Mathematica's functional programming style, including the use of pure functions (Function[], #, &) and functions such as Map, Apply, Nest, and Through.

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Apologies in advance for the length of this question, but this is as short as I have been able to make it. The Prescription I'm looking at the following tutorial on delimited (or composable) continu …
asked Dec 29 '15 by Reb.Cabin
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Working my way through Robby Villegas's lovely notes on withholding evaluation, I almost got Polish Notation on my first try. Here is my final solution, which seems to work well enough: ClearAll[lis …
asked Jul 11 '15 by Reb.Cabin
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Many modern languages, such as Haskell, feature lazy lists, which can model infinite sequences of values, albeit synchronously. Lately, the reactive programming movement has shown that asynchronous st …
asked Apr 13 '15 by Reb.Cabin
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Download a version of this post as a Mathematica notebook by evaluating the following expression in a fresh notebook: Import["http://goo.gl/NaH6rM"]["http://i.stack.imgur.com/Yfan3.png"] Folds over …
answered Apr 13 '15 by Reb.Cabin