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Sierpinski's Monster Made Palette-able

David Fowler
Organization: University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Robert Dickau
Organization: InstallShield Corp., USA
Journal / Anthology

Mathematica in Education and Research
Year: 1996
Volume: 5
Issue: 3
Page range: 52-55

creating a Sierpinski monster with the BasicTypesetting palette; creating a useful button; conclusion: writing Mathematica well; the triangle

Buttons and palettes simplify the work of writing with Mathematica 3.0.

*Mathematica Technology > Front End > Palettes and Dialog Boxes
*Mathematica Technology > Front End > Typesetting
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