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TeX to Mathematica ???

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net
  • Subject: [mg1814] TeX to Mathematica ???
  • From: Madhu Vudali <madhu at utdallas.edu>
  • Date: Mon, 31 Jul 1995 23:09:50 -0400
  • Organization: The University of Texas at Dallas

Folks,

Here's a question for the Mathematica gurus:
	I know that using TeXForm function, I can get a Mathematica
	expression to be translated to TeX so that I can input the
	TeX file in to any standard TeX processor. But, can I do
	the reverse? i.e. If I have a TeX file (just the mathematical
	expressions of a bigger TeX document), can I input this to
	Mathematica in such a way that Mathematica will treat this
	expression as a bona fide Mathematica expression?

Any suggestions?

I will greatly appreciate any help on this. If you could send me
mail, I will post an article with all the replies that I get.

Thanks in advance,
--Madhu
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PO Box 830688, JO5.1					214-238-7635 (H)
Richardson, TX 75083				Email:	madhu at utdallas.edu
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