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Re: Defining functions using arguments with subscripts



Scott Morrison wrote:

> Is it possible to use symbols with subscripts as the arguments of
> functions which you define? eg I want x0 and x1, with the numerals as
> subscripts, as the arguments of my function. Mathematica 3 doesn't seem
> to like this.

It is possible: you need Symbolize in which is in <<Utilities`Notation`

The following button (paste the Cell[...] into a Mathematica Notebook)
hyperlinks to the on-line documentation for the Notation pacakge:

Cell[TextData[{
  "See the ",
  ButtonBox["Notation Maker",
    ButtonData:>{"Notation"},
    ButtonStyle->"GettingStartedLink"],
  " included with the Notebook Demos in the Help Browser." }], "Text"]

Cheers,
	Paul 
 
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