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Re: simple set operations


"Edward Peschko" wrote


>That's what a decent cheatsheet (or cheatbook) would do for mathematica;
reach
>out to a lot of professionals who don't really have the time to sit down
and
>learn things from scratch, but need to learn by doing and applying the
knowledge
>they have to Mathematica.
>
>A simple, condensed reference guide, something like a "in a nutshell" book
>by O'Reilly would do the trick.

"Mathematica by Example", by Abell and Braselton, is that kind of book,
IMHO.

cheers,
Peltio
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