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Special Input Forms

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Special Input Forms
  • From: wasfy at gac.edu (Michael Wasfy Nicolas Ibrahim)
  • Date: Fri, 7 Jan 94 14:56:49 CST

Does anyone know how to make shorthand input forms in Mathematica?   
For instance one can use:

  func /@ list

rather than:

  Map[func,list]

I've messed around with the "InputForm" command with no success.  I  
would also prefer to not use the extra tilde's required by the  
"Infix" command.  My problem is further complicated because I would  
like to use, if possible, a combination of symbols that are  
individually defined (Mathematica reads the combination of the 3 as  
non-sensical).  Specifically, I would like an expression like the  
following:

  2 +/- 3

to evaluate to

  Uncertainty[2,3]

Thanks for the help

Michael Ibrahim
wasfy at gac.edu





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