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Level   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Level[expr, levelspec] gives a list of all subexpressions of expr on levels specified by levelspec. Level[expr, levelspec, f] applies f to the sequence of subexpressions.
Low-Level MathLink Operations   (Mathematica Guide)
Sending Low-Level Data, MLPutNext() — prepare to send an object of the specified type, MLPutSize() — specify the number of bytes to send, MLPutData() — send raw bytes, ...
Low-Level File Operations   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides efficient system-independent direct access to all aspects of files of any size.
GrayLevel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GrayLevel[level] is a graphics directive that specifies the gray-level intensity with which objects that follow should be displayed. GrayLevel[g, a] specifies opacity a.
ScriptLevel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ScriptLevel is an option for selections that is used in determining the font size of modifiers such as subscripts and superscripts in a nested expression.
Levels in Expressions   (Mathematica Tutorial)
The Part function allows you to access specific parts of Mathematica expressions. But particularly when your expressions have fairly uniform structure, it is often convenient ...
AllowScriptLevelChange   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
AllowScriptLevelChange is an option for fractions and grids that controls whether certain operators, such as \[Sum], \[Product], and \[Integral], always appear smaller than ...
Low-Level Notebook Structure   (Mathematica Guide)
Like everything else in Mathematica, notebooks are ultimately symbolic expressions. When you edit notebooks—or apply high-level programmatic functions—Mathematica ...
Low-Level Interface Control   (Mathematica Guide)
The core of Mathematica's unique power for building interfaces is in its extremely flexible high-level symbolic paradigm. But Mathematica also allows you to build interfaces ...
Low-Level System Optimization   (Mathematica Guide)
SystemOptions, SetSystemOptions — test and set hundreds of internal kernel options, Options, SetOptions — options for functions, notebooks, and the whole front end, ...
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