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I think you have 2 options: 1) Use `Import` instead of `Get`: In[131]:= ExampleData[{"Text", "AliceInWonderland"}] >> "~/alice.m" (* From the command line: $ gzip ~/alice.m *) In[136]:= Import@"~/alice.m.gz" //...
I took this opportunity to use the Wolfram Language on XML documents, specifically a TEI (http://www.tei-c.org) version of "The Tempest," which can be found at the University of Oxford Text Archive (http://ota.ox.ac.uk). We start by importing the...
This is great. Can't wait to try this with my kids. Thanks for the idea and HOWTO.
Here is another approach: [mcode]In[1]:= rules = {"tree1" -> "green", "tree2" -> "red", "tree3" -> "green", "tree4" -> "orange", "tree5" -> "orange", "tree6" -> "red", "tree7" -> "green", "tree8" -> "red", "tree9" -> "orange", "tree10" -> "dead"}; ...