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comment best practices for saving Datasets and TemporalData to a SQL database
This answer is helpful, even if not the fully implemented toolkit I had hoped for. My Datasets contain other Datasets that in turn contain TemporalData, so some work will be needed to save and extract the data. Separately, I had never seen .MX before, and have been saving simulation results in .M files. Given your suggestion above, I tried .MX and found (a) it saves 1000 simulation outcomes in 34 seconds / 407 Mb, unlike .M, which takes 133 seconds / 1.1 Gb, and (b) it imports the data and reconstructs the original data structures in 4 seconds, unlike .M which takes 182!
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comment Barcodegolf: Generate a number's UPC
Came here to provide the Mathematica solution, was disappointed to see it had been specifically disallowed. Sigh.
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comment Arithmetic... tock... tick... tock
Is there any restriction on the use of unary operators? Absent such a restriction in the rules, factorial can be applied repeatedly and thus a perfect solution may prove impossible.
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comment The Venerable Bede, 21st Century Style
@SP3000 clarified IIII vs IV and a few other things.
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comment The Venerable Bede, 21st Century Style
@SP3000 the math was originally done, 1300 years ago, without arabic numerals. Surely modern computer hardware can match the feat of early medieval monks.
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answered Is there any way to pull interest rates, or an interest rate curve, with FinancialData[]?
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