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Re: Mathematica 8: first impressions

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  • Subject: [mg113921] Re: Mathematica 8: first impressions
  • From: Paul <paul.berger.phd at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 07:04:43 -0500 (EST)
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On Nov 17, 11:27 am, Mihail <macherkass... at gmail.com> wrote:
> What about 'undo' function? Is it work correct? Can Mathematica do
> infinity "undo"?
>
> On 16 =D0=BD=D0=BE=D1=8F, 13:04, R Martinez <rm.t... at mac.com> wrote:
>
> > All,
>
> > Just started using Mathematica 8. My initial impression is that this is
> > a fantastic upgrade. The free-form input is amazingly useful.
>
> > The notebook interface preserves the familiar look, but the font
> > rendering makes it appear cleaner. The input-selection feature is very
> > useful, as is the seamless integration with Wolfram/Alpha.
>
> > I also like the splash screen, which in addition to the announcements
> > displays a list of recent files that one can use to open any of those
> > files. This eliminates the need to use the File menu to open a file. The
> > splash screen is actually useful! Imagine that.
>
> > More later.
>
> > Ra=FAl Mart=EDnez

Does the free-form input work without an Internet connection, ie
purely locally?


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