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For questions asking for tips on a specific piece of code, to make it a better answer to a programming challenge that is on-topic on this site. Tag [tips] questions with other appropriate tags, such as [python][code-golf] or [king-of-the-hill].

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Explore recursive solutions - Mathematica is multi-paradigm, but the functional approach is often the most economical. NestWhile can be a very compact solution to searching problems, and NestWhileLi …
answered Mar 17 '14 by Jonathan Van Matre
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What general tips do you have for golfing in Julia? I'm looking for ideas that can be applied to code golf problems in general that are at least somewhat specific to Julia (e.g. "remove comments" is not an answer). …
asked Mar 17 '14 by Jonathan Van Matre
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Don't be too easily seduced by factor(n) The tempting base library function factor(n) has a fatal flaw: it returns the factorization of your integer in an unordered Dict type. Thus, it requires costl …
answered Mar 17 '14 by Jonathan Van Matre