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### Is there a comprehensive list of functions with operator forms?

From version 10.3 you can use WolframLanguageData. WolframLanguageData[EntityClass["WolframLanguageSymbol", "Curryable"]] As ...
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### How to make a function with two patterns listable?

A few comments: Values of the form f[][] are called SubValues. For example, if one defines ...
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### Creating the Nabla operator (also known as Del operator) as an operator

Well, over-pursuing similarity of Mathematica code and traditional math notation does more harm than good, still, it's possible to create a nabla operator in Mathematica, here's my approach: ...
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### How to make a binary function associative? (Or define an n-ary function?)

You can tell it by making a definition what it should do if you have more then 2 arguments: ClearAll[f]; f[a_, b_, c__] := f[f[a, b], c]; CirclePlus = f Then you ...
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### Redefining a built-in operator

I don't like the idea of redefining Or (||). Rather, I would suggest defining a function with the name ...
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### Define an operator with the distributive property

This would perhaps do what you want: ...
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### Define multilinear operator

Orderless Orderlessness is easy just set Orderless attribute on your operator (I'll call it opA instead of ...
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### Change Operator Precedence of --> operator

How about overloading the LongRightArrow with a special rule for Part[...] as the second argument? ...
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### Associativity of upvalue

f[a x + b y] + c f[z] is not the same as 1 * f[a x + b y] + c f[z] so the pattern ...
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### What is the definition of Curl in Mathematica?

I fail to find a reference for the definition used by Curl, but manage to figure out how the Curl is defined. I'll use Einstein ...
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### Iterated differential operator

Clear["Global*"] Defining the operator recursively, ...
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### What operator is this?

It's StandardForm of UndirectedEdge. It's also mentioned in e.g. document of Graph.
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### What is the operator **?

Since this was missing from What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users? I'll answer. ** is shorthand for ...
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