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# I In Mathematica

## I—Wolfram Language Documentation

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Use I in exact and approximate calculations: Copy to clipboard. In[1]:=1.

## Equivalent of "for X in [list]" or "foreach" - Mathematica Stack Exchange

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Sep 12, 2017 ... Note that unlike in Python, the iterator variable i is local to Do . There's an analogous Table syntax. In Mathematica, we use Table much more ...

## Complex Numbers—Wolfram Language Documentation

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## Latest Features in Mathematica 12

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Details about featured Mathematica 12 functionality: symbolic & numeric computations, visualization & graphics, geometry & geography, data science ...

## For—Wolfram Language Documentation

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## Tree data structure in Mathematica - Stack Overflow

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Nov 27, 2011 ... In Mathematica, most of what you do is based on expressions. Expressions naturally have the tree structure. For depth-first traversals (which ...

## Im—Wolfram Language Documentation

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## Elementary Programming in Mathematica - Wolfram Videos

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This screencast introduces the basics of Mathematica programming, from creating a function through making a package.

## Piecewise—Wolfram Language Documentation

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represents a piecewise function with values vali in the regions defined by the conditions condi. Copy ...

## MemberQ in Mathematica - Stack Overflow

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Sep 12, 2010 ... Another idea would be to use rules and Dispatch . It seems to be faster when the length of the blist is large: alist = Prime /@ Range[20000]; blist ...