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Not that I know of. Someone from Wolfram may comment on this.
Thank you Daniel, this is an eye-opener on how to use List or other Heads as the function in Outer and mapping operations.
Wow, thank you!
For text cleanup, I found that my old friend Regex was needed to clear punctuation. Also, I found occurrences of prefixed and postfixed adjectives (e.g., colors) in the names so I ended up sorting the words within a name: testCase =...
Here is a linear-time method. The idea is to Sow positions where a cleave should occur, then construct the sublists from those positions. cleaveList[ll_List, val_, rlen_] := Module[ {j = 0, k = 0, posns, td, res}, posns = ...
Please use the button (third from left) to provide some example rows of your table and also the operations you are trying to use.
Principle of computational equivalence (discovered by S. Wolfram): [https://www.inc.com/allison-fass/stephen-wolfram-principle-of-computational-equivalence.html][1] [1]:...
Whether dynamic or static, discrete or continuous, a neural network is a probability density function. Back-propagation is a means of determining weights in a static feed-forward neural network. GE employed them in clothes dryers for automatic...
Wow Rohit. You made my day. Much obliged. Much to be learned.. Thanks! //Mike
You could use wmic and RunProcess like so: RunProcess[{"wmic", "cpu", "get", "name"}]["StandardOutput"] "Name Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4930MX CPU @ 3.00GHz "