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A.13.2 Between Versions 1 and 2

FilledSmallSquare 260 new built-in objects have been added, some of whose names may conflict with names already being used.

FilledSmallSquareAccumulate has been superseded by FoldList; Fold has been added.

FilledSmallSquareCondition (/;) can now be used in individual patterns as well as in complete rules, and does not evaluate by default.

FilledSmallSquare The functionality of Release has been split between Evaluate and ReleaseHold.

FilledSmallSquareCompose has been superseded by Composition.

FilledSmallSquareDebug has been superseded by Trace and related functions.

FilledSmallSquarePower no longer automatically makes transformations such as Sqrt[x^2]x.

FilledSmallSquareLimit now by default remains unevaluated if it encounters an unknown function.

FilledSmallSquareMod now handles only numbers; PolynomialMod handles polynomials.

FilledSmallSquareCellArray has been superseded by Raster and RasterArray.

FilledSmallSquareFontForm takes a slightly different form of font specification.

FilledSmallSquareFramed has been superseded by Frame and related options.

FilledSmallSquareContourLevels and ContourSpacing have been superseded by Contours.

FilledSmallSquarePlot3Matrix has been superseded by ViewCenter and ViewVertical.

FilledSmallSquareFromASCII and ToASCII have been superseded by FromCharacterCode and ToCharacterCode respectively.

FilledSmallSquareAlias has been superseded by $PreRead.

FilledSmallSquareResetMedium has been subsumed in SetOptions, and $$Media has been superseded by Streams.

FilledSmallSquareStartProcess has been superseded by Install and by MathLink.

FilledSmallSquare Additional parts devoted to Mathematica as a programming language, and to examples of Mathematica packages, have been dropped from The Mathematica Book.

Since Version 1Between Versions 2 and 3