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  • 1.

    I added some more explaining both Python list comprehensions and array slicing, the latter which works the same as in Matlab and R. List comprehensions are almost the same as in Scala and Erlang.

    Comment Source:I added some more explaining both Python list comprehensions and [array slicing](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Array_slicing), the latter which works the same as in Matlab and R.[ List comprehensions ](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_comprehension) are almost the same as in [[Scala]] and Erlang.
  • 2.
    edited April 2011

    In the" Baezian" tradition I left the page with a question - which can be seen as an implicit home work.

    Comment Source:In the" Baezian" tradition I left the page with a question - which can be seen as an implicit home work.
  • 3.

    Was creating this plot part of the homework?

    plotp4.png?

    Comment Source:<img src = "http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/emoticons/thumbsup.gif" alt = ""/> Was creating this plot part of the homework? `plotp4.png?`
  • 4.

    Hm, I thought that that is maybe the caching bug, but the plot did not appear after I edited the page...

    Comment Source:Hm, I thought that that is maybe the caching bug, but the plot did not appear after I edited the page...
  • 5.

    sorry i had the Instikki image upload problem again -but now the answer is there and there is a new question !

    Comment Source:sorry i had the Instikki image upload problem again -but now the answer is there and there is a new question !
  • 6.

    I finished this for now. I added a link to the program which is the first link under the final section "Code" - I want to continue with some other tutorials.

    Is it understandable ?

    Comment Source:I finished this for now. I added a link to the program which is the first link under the final section "Code" - I want to continue with some other tutorials. Is it understandable ?
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