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    Rules for translations

    To keep some kind of order in the adaptations of the code from the book, please:
    • open new thread for each code
    • thread name should follow the mask of "Example: Section <A>.<B> (page <N>), <NameOrDescription>", so for example "Example: Section 5.2 (page 41), Plotting 2D functions"
    • for excercise, I would propose the mask of "Excercise: #<E>, Section <A>.<B> (page <N>), <NameOrDescription>", so for example "Excercise: #1, Section 3.2 (page 21), Super-D Numbers"
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    Re: Rules for translations

    Thanks Petr, very well structured plan you came up with and naming conventions!
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    Re: Rules for translations

    Yep... good thinking...

    Let the fun begin...

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    Stan

    Quote Originally Posted by Petr Schreiber
    To keep some kind of order in the adaptations of the code from the book, please:
    • open new thread for each code
    • thread name should follow the mask of "Example: Section <A>.<B> (page <N>), <NameOrDescription>", so for example "Example: Section 5.2 (page 41), Plotting 2D functions"
    • for excercise, I would propose the mask of "Excercise: #<E>, Section <A>.<B> (page <N>), <NameOrDescription>", so for example "Excercise: #1, Section 3.2 (page 21), Super-D Numbers"

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