Deleting subscripted functions with arguments.
While using Mathematica v3.0 on Windows 95, I am unable to delete a
function that I have defined with a subscript. I have defined A_n[x_]
:= 2 x, where _n is subscript n or [ctl]_n. Using Clear[A_n] or A_n =.
does not work. A copy of the session is shown below. Any suggestions?
Thanks, .... Al Larson
\!\(A\_n[x_]\ := \ 2\ x\)
\!\(Clear::"ssym" \( : \ \) "\!\(A\_n\) is not a symbol or a string."\)
\!\(A\_n =. \)
\!\(Unset::"norep" \( : \ \)
"Assignment on \!\(Subscript\) for \!\(A\_n\) not found."\) Out=
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