Re: Mathematica bug??
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- Subject: [mg100589] Re: Mathematica bug??
- From: magma <maderri2 at gmail.com>
- Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2009 06:18:01 -0400 (EDT)
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On Jun 8, 6:42 am, Murray Eisenberg <mur... at math.umass.edu> wrote: > First, you should be very cautious about categorically, and so > dramatically, entitling a post as "Mathematica bug". > > Second, such a title is so general as to be unhelpful to potential reader= s. Wow! oshaughn - a relatively Mathfroup newcomer (just 5 posts so far) - cries "Bug!" and he gets 14 (self?) reassuring replies within a few hours, mostly from Mathgroup oldtimers. Looks like everybody is "on hedge" here :-) Relax, Mathematica 7.x certainly has bugs, but they probably are not so obvious anymore and probably only concern the newest functions. (my grand father was a great lawyer and taught me that if you sprinkle your sentences with "probably", you never get in trouble. Well...you - probably - never get into trouble :-) I certainly share Murray's wise opinions expressed above. Perhaps I would have expressed them more, shall we say, colorfully :-) Your apologies are very appreciated. oshaughn: if you think that "form" matters (differentiable or otherwise) and you enjoy admiring event horizons from a safe Mathematica shore, I would suggest you look into David Park's Tensorial package at http://home.comcast.net/~djmpark/TensorialPage.html Put your XX century antique code to a deserved rest and enjoy: early XXI century Mathematica code V.6 compatible 2D output and.... first class support directly from David. (OOPS...just slipped into my "marketing mode" again. I must have been exposed to too much WRI product descriptions lately :-) ) Anyway, check it out. It's well worth its reasonable price.
- Mathematica bug??
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- Mathematica bug??