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Take   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Take[list, n] gives the first n elements of list. Take[list, -n] gives the last n elements of list. Take[list, {m, n}] gives elements m through n of list. Take[list, seq_1, ...
Take a Derivative   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica makes it easy to take even the most complicated derivatives involving any of its huge range of differentiable special functions.
StringTake   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
StringTake["string", n] gives a string containing the first n characters in " string". StringTake["string", -n] gives the last n characters in " string". StringTake["string", ...
TakeWhile   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
TakeWhile[list, crit] gives elements e_i from the beginning of list, continuing so long as crit[e_i] is True.
Manipulating Expressions like Lists   (Mathematica Tutorial)
You can use most of the list operations discussed in "Lists" on any kind of Mathematica expression. By using these operations, you can manipulate the structure of expressions ...
ImageTake   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImageTake[image, n] gives an image consisting of the first n rows of image. ImageTake[image, -n] gives an image consisting of the last n rows of image. ImageTake[image, ...
Getting Pieces of Lists   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Picking out elements of lists. We will use this list for the examples. Here is the last element of t.
Get Parts of an Image   (Mathematica How To)
Getting a rectangular part of an image is a very common and frequently needed image manipulation task. Several ways are presented here, including using the mouse.
Import and Export Animations   (Mathematica How To)
After creating or editing an animation in Mathematica , you can export it for use in other programs. Mathematica can import and export animations in several formats.
Manipulating Lists by Their Indices   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Getting parts of lists. This gives a list of parts 1 and 3. Here is a nested list.
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