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How to manipulate expressions structurally, not necessarily complying with the rules of algebra.

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Integers in the Wolfram Language are atomic expressions, while uses of the Map function are not atomic. But if you didn't know this, how could you find out using only the Wolfram Language? The best I …
asked Jul 17 by MadEmperorYuri
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This question follows from this one I made earlier. If you ask for FullForm[4] you will get back 4, and that's fine. 4 is supposed to be an atomic object. And if you do AtomQ[4], you will get back Tr …
asked Jul 15 by MadEmperorYuri
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I mean, Wolfram is a language--it's words are infinitely combinable. According to answers to my last question, the only way I can find out if an expression is atomic is actually use the expression. B …
asked Jul 17 by MadEmperorYuri