Core Language

Mathematica 12: Core Language

Among the very many additions in Version 12, there are improvements in core elements of the Wolfram Language. These range from new ways of handling function arguments and a new form of mapping to added functionality for list partitioning, sorting and more. There are even improvements in the handling of numeric expressions: new forms of displaying numbers, new functions for numeric order and a dedicated structure to efficiently store arrays of numbers of different types.

Mathematica 12: Core Language
  • Any Wolfram Language function can now be used in curried form. »
  • Extended support for list manipulation and mapping onto subsets of elements. »
  • Additional functionality to translate texts and change word capitalization. »
  • New decimal and percentage forms of numbers. »
  • Expanded functionality for order functions, especially numerical order. »
  • New compact storage for typed numeric data. »
  • Efficient passing of numeric data to and from C/C++ libraries. »
  • Optimized import operations using compact numeric arrays. »

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