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First   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
First[expr] gives the first element in expr.
HoldFirst   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
HoldFirst is an attribute which specifies that the first argument to a function is to be maintained in an unevaluated form.
NHoldFirst   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
NHoldFirst is an attribute which specifies that the first argument to a function should not be affected by N.
Linear First-Order Equations   (Mathematica Tutorial)
The following is a linear first-order ODE because both y[x] and y^′[x] occur in it with power 1 and y^′[x] is the highest derivative. Note that the solution contains the ...
Your First Mathematica Calculations   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Type 2+2 and then press Shift+Enter (hold down the Shift key and press Enter) to tell Mathematica to evaluate your input. Note that labels are added automatically, and output ...
\[FirstPage]   (Mathematica Character Name)
MATHEMATICA CHARACTER NAME Tutorials ▼ Letters and Letter-like Forms Related Guides ▼ Listing of Named Characters URL ▼ ref/character/FirstPage Copy Mathematica URL Copy web ...
ParagraphIndent   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ParagraphIndent is an option for Cell which specifies how far in printer's points to indent the first line of each paragraph of text.
DepthFirstScan   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
DepthFirstScan[g, s, {"event_1" -> f_1, "event_2" -> f_2, ...}] performs a depth-first scan of the graph g starting at the vertex s and evaluates f_i whenever "event_i" ...
BreadthFirstScan   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
BreadthFirstScan[g, s, {"event_1" -> f_1, "event_2" -> f_2, ...}] performs a breadth-first scan (bfs) of the graph g starting at the vertex s and evaluates f_i whenever ...
EllipticF   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
EllipticF[\[Phi], m] gives the elliptic integral of the first kind F(\[Phi] \[VerticalSeparator] m).
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