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comment Dr. StrangeNumbers or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Floating Point Arithmetic
@Guesswho I see that you added the faq tag. I've typically been using it only when there are a minimum of eight duplicates.. This question presently has only two. Maybe you can find others that should be marked as duplicates? (Possibly questions that have been deleted that should have been marked duplicate instead?)
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comment How can I clear the content of my notebook in Mathematica?
A caution: this is not undoable, whereas NotebookDelete is at least so far as the Front End remembers. +1 nevertheless.
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revised How can I clear the content of my notebook in Mathematica?
edited body; edited tags
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revised Cannot Block Plus
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comment Using Rules inside SequenceCases degrades Performance
Closely related: (83325)
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revised 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis
make Frame option format compatible; ref: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/86625/
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comment 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis
@iav It is loaded by Needs["Calendar`"]
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revised How can I clear the content of my notebook in Mathematica?
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reviewed Leave Open Converting an expression to function
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answered Converting an expression to function
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reviewed Leave Open How can I clear the content of my notebook in Mathematica?
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answered How can I clear the content of my notebook in Mathematica?
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comment Cannot Block Plus
I posted. Let me know what you think or if you find problems with it, please.
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answered Cannot Block Plus
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comment Cannot Block Plus
It occurs to me that I have a work-around that is applicable here but not in the original as marked. Do you think I should reopen for that or just append it here in passing?
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comment Cannot Block Plus
Michael, I marked this question as a duplicate. Please let me know if you disagree. Also I suspect you meant to link to 19126 rather than 3261 when you wrote "my answer to ..."
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revised All curves in plot have the same style. Cannot be fixed with Evaluate[]
attribution
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revised All curves in plot have the same style. Cannot be fixed with Evaluate[]
bug fix
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comment Even with Evaluate[], Mathematica is plotting everything in the same color
Closely related, if not a duplicate: (8637)
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comment Using Cases with a list argument
Also: {##, _} & @@ digrams[[1]]
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