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Re: [Mathematica 6]3 lines of code which crashes Mathematica every time


On May 22, 2007, at 2:57 AM, Nasser Abbasi wrote:

>
> (* WARNING, SAVE ALL YOUR WORK BEFORE RUNNING THIS *)
>
> m = 100; n = 70;
> A = Table[Table[RandomReal[{0, 100.}], {n}], {m}];
> ListPlot3D[A, Mesh -> None, InterpolationOrder -> 0, ColorFunction ->
> "SouthwestColors", Filling -> Axis]
>
>
> (*Now Mathematica will spin for sometime then disappear.*)
>
> Nasser
>

Not in 5.2 :)

After some modification, this one:

In[17]:=
m = 100; n = 70;
A = Table[Table[Random[Real,
       {0, 100.}], {n}], {m}];
ListPlot3D[A, Mesh -> False,
   ColorFunction -> Hue]

runs in no time.


J=E1nos


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