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Mathematica Programming: An Advanced Introduction

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Mathematica Programming: An Advanced Introduction
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Publisher: mathprogramming-intro.org
Number of pages: 408

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When writing this book I mostly had in mind people who want to understand Mathematica programming, and particularly those Mathematica users who would like to make a transition from a user to a programmer, or perhaps those who already have some limited Mathematica programming experience but want to improve their command of the system.

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