Re: Postfix (//) with Options?
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- Subject: [mg4666] Re: Postfix (//) with Options?
- From: phbrf at ibm.net (Peter Breitfeld)
- Date: Thu, 22 Aug 1996 03:55:18 -0400
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
In <4v16ds$f8k at ralph.vnet.net>, "Alex Scheitlin" <alex-s at worldnet.att.net> writes: >I'm not sure it makes it makes it more readable but infix works. e.g. >expr~N~k >expr~Flatten~1 > >AES <siegman at ee.stanford.edu> wrote in article ><4u9i7r$moj at dragonfly.wolfram.com>... >> How can I use a postfix operation which has optional parameters and >specify >> the parameters in the postfix? For example, how can I write N[expr,k] > >> as expr // N plus something to express a nondefault value for k ? >> >> I particularly want to implement Flatten[expr,1] in postfix >> form, because it seems more readable to have the expression (which may be >> lengthy) come first, then the Flatten as an afterthought (reduces the >> depth of brackets by one also). > expr // N[#,20]& works to produce eg 20 digits. =================================== Peter Breitfeld, Saulgau, Germany <phbrf at ibm.net> =================================== ==== [MESSAGE SEPARATOR] ====