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The basis for Mathematica to perform its required functions is Mathematica's highly developed symbolic language. This core language utilizes a wide range of programming models, along with a unique concept of symbolic programming that allows for a wide range flexibility for general programming functions as well. Referenced...
Article Id: 13505
Category: Core Language

The basis for Mathematica is the fundamental idea that everything from data to programs to formulas can be represented as a symbolic expression. Referenced from: ...
Article Id: 13506
Category: Core Language

Mathematica Training Resources http://www.wolfram.com/support/ "Hands-on Start to Mathematica" is a free, two-part online screencast that introduces Mathematica basics to get you started with your first calculations, visualizations,...
Article Id: 14148
Category: Training Resources