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CompoundExpression   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
expr_1; expr_2; ... evaluates the expr_i in turn, giving the last one as the result.
Sequences of Operations   (Mathematica Tutorial)
In doing a calculation with Mathematica, you usually go through a sequence of steps. If you want to, you can do each step on a separate line. Often, however, you will find it ...
Label   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Label[tag] represents a point in a compound expression to which control can be transferred using Goto.
Defining Variables and Functions   (Mathematica Guide)
The symbolic language paradigm of Mathematica takes the concept of variables and functions to a new level. In Mathematica a variable can not only stand for a value, but can ...
Suppress the Output of a Computation   (Mathematica How To)
Often you need to perform intermediate steps in a calculation but have no need to see the results. By suppressing the output you save memory to store the notebook and may ...
Procedural Programming   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica stands out from traditional computer languages in supporting many programming paradigms. Procedural programming is the only paradigm available in languages like C ...
Mathematica Syntax   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica has a rich syntax carefully designed for consistency and efficient, readable entry of Mathematica's many language, mathematical, and other constructs. In addition ...
StackBegin   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
StackBegin[expr] evaluates expr, starting a fresh evaluation stack.
StackInhibit   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
StackInhibit[expr] evaluates expr without modifying the evaluation stack.
Block   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Block[{x, y, ...}, expr] specifies that expr is to be evaluated with local values for the symbols x, y, ... . Block[{x = x_0, ...}, expr] defines initial local values for x, ...
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