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Szabolcs Horvát
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Doug, it's not quite clear to me what your aim is with these posts. Do you have a _practical problem_ that you need help solving? If yes, can you clarify what you are trying to accomplish that you need help with? Or are you trying to argue...
`TuttePolynomial` is similarly affected. `TuttePolynomial[GridGraph[{7, 7}], {x, y}]` works. `TuttePolynomial[GridGraph[{7, 8}], {x, y}]` does not.
Their YouTube channel still exists. Maybe you can contact them through it: https://www.youtube.com/user/DigiAreaChannel/featured
My experience with trying the Wolfram Engine: It is basically a free version of Mathematica. Since it's free, it comes with restrictions. What are they? Amazingly, very very little (apart from the license, which prohibits certain types of uses)....
This is because both `FindIndependentVertexSet` and `FindClique` finds a _maximal_ set. While `{1}` is an independent vertex set, it is not maximal: it is a subset of `{1,3}`. My [IGraph/M](http://szhorvat.net/mathematica/IGraphM) package...
For short, concise and general, try `CountsBy`. If your data is numeric, and the condition is also numeric, try my `BoolEval` package. http://szhorvat.net/mathematica/BoolEval In[199]:= arr = RandomInteger[1000, 10000000]; ...
> Where can I post a bug report? http://support.wolfram.com is not that hard to find ... I am not going to comment on whether this should be considered a bug or not, but I will put one question to the community: *What would be a reasonable...
> Far from me the idea of starting a flame war I think there's a very low chance of that happening on this forum :-) The topic is just not that controversial here.
In that case, I will absolutely not drop support for the RPi. Once I manage to push out a proper stable release, I might not include RPi support in prereleases, but I will definitely include it in stable releases.
> It seems to me that it would be better if symbols **never** evaluated unless at least empty square brackets are present How would you define variables then? `x=1`.