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Part   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
expr[[i]] or Part[expr, i] gives the i\[Null]^th part of expr. expr[[-i]] counts from the end. expr[[i, j, ...]] or Part[expr, i, j, ...] is equivalent to expr[[i]][[j]] .... ...
FractionalPart   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
FractionalPart[x] gives the fractional part of x.
ReplacePart   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ReplacePart[expr, i -> new] yields an expression in which the i\[Null]\[Null]^th part of expr is replaced by new. ReplacePart[expr, {i_1 -> new_1, i_2 -> new_2, ...}] ...
StringReplacePart   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
StringReplacePart["string", " snew", {m, n}] replaces the characters at positions m through n in " string" by " snew". StringReplacePart["string", " snew", {{m_1, n_1}, {m_2, ...
IntegerPart   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
IntegerPart[x] gives the integer part of x.
Parts of Expressions   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Since lists are just a particular kind of expression, it will come as no surprise that you can refer to parts of any expression much as you refer to parts of a list. This ...
Parts of Matrices   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides several convenient methods for extracting and manipulating parts of matrices. The flexible [[ ]] (Part) and ;; (Span) syntaxes provide compact yet ...
Parts of Expressions   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture allows immediate generalization of part-oriented list operations to arbitrary expressions—supporting operations both on individual ...
Get Parts of a Matrix   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica has many matrix operations that support operations such as building, computing, and visualizing matrices. It also has a rich language for picking out and ...
Update Parts of a Matrix   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica has many matrix operations that support operations such as building, computing, and visualizing matrices. It also has a rich language for picking out parts of ...
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