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  • Subject: FortranForm
  • From: kml at (Kuok Mee Ling)
  • Date: Tue, 17 Sep 91 09:37:19 MDT

I am looking for 
(1) a way to make FortranForm (a) put out Fortran statements that go
from column 7 to column m where m is less that or equal to 72;(b)break
up lengthy expressions into continuation lines numbering from 1 to a
maximum of 19;and (c)provide an option to specify all the real
numbers in the expressions either in the e or the d
(for double precision) format. REDUCE does (a) and (b) quite nicely.
(2) a way to make TeXForm break up lengthy expressions into a
pre-specified number of lines ready for TeX.
I am rather new to Mathematica. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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