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Blend a list of colors with hues from 0 to 1 in increments of 0.1

You added an extra layer of curly braces. Blend[Table[Hue[n], {n, 0, 1, 0.1}]]
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Blend a list of colors with hues from 0 to 1 in increments of 0.1

The issue with your code is that the Table function creates a nested list structure, and Blend expects a flat list of colors. Additionally, Hue should not be enclosed in a list. Here's how you can ...
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Wolfram Alpha and Wolfram Engine produce different Laplace transforms

FullSimplify[ArcTan[2/p] - (Pi - 2 ArcTan[p/2])/2, Assumptions -> p > 0] 0
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Typing Fractions in Wolfram Cloud

Keyboard shortcuts are a painful thing to implement well in a web browser. The web browser has its own set and its own system for capturing them etc. Most of the desktop shortcuts aren't supported ...
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Wolfram Alpha and Wolfram Engine produce different Laplace transforms

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Converting Messy Wolfram Code to Readable LaTeX: TemplateBox Troubles

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Making a website with Mathematica

There is an exact solution you are looking for Pure Wolfram Engine (freeware!) Webserver with many features supported like WebSockets, GET/POST (but no TLS support so far). Template engine that let ...
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