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J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Solution 522958

The brackets are the operation "conatenate elements" so it is interpreted as an extra operation. The expression [1:10] has the same meaning (result) as (1:10) but in the first case you have done an extra operation (not necessary in this case). On the same way you can use [1 5] but if you use (1 5) you become an error because there is no concatenation with simple parenthesis.

on 7 Nov 2014 at 7:37

J.R.! Menzinger liked Solution 519012

on 4 Nov 2014 at 14:40

J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Solution 519171

Gorgeous!!! ;-)

on 4 Nov 2014 at 14:29

J.R.! Menzinger liked Solution 519171

on 4 Nov 2014 at 14:28

J.R.! Menzinger liked Solution 518525

on 4 Nov 2014 at 14:28

J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Solution 517474

did you like my solution, isn't it?? ;-)

on 30 Oct 2014 at 7:28

J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Solution 518264

More test cases. Both are very similar ;-)

on 30 Oct 2014 at 7:23

J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Problem 2643. Find out base of following arithmetic operation

Ok! I understand... ;-) The hint: use rationals.

on 28 Oct 2014 at 7:48

J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Problem 2643. Find out base of following arithmetic operation

is the last one rounded?? should be 12.121??

on 27 Oct 2014 at 19:13

J.R.! Menzinger submitted Solution 517227 to Problem 2644. The Ulam Matrix

on 27 Oct 2014 at 17:58

J.R.! Menzinger liked Solution 516015

on 23 Oct 2014

J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Solution 514529

Thanks! ;-)

on 21 Oct 2014

J.R.! Menzinger liked Solution 511664

on 13 Oct 2014

J.R.! Menzinger submitted a Comment to Problem 2620. Determine the Anti-diagonal of a Magic Square

The brackets and the first test case has no function call.

on 7 Oct 2014