Re: Up N' Down values.
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- Subject: [mg13380] Re: [mg13240] Up N' Down values.
- From: "Carl K.Woll" <carlw at fermi.phys.washington.edu>
- Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 02:50:45 -0400
- Organization: Department of Physics
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You ask a couple of questions about the Utilities`Notation` package.
First, make sure you have the latest one, the one with Symbolize on the
menu. If you don't, download it from
The documentation for this package can be found by going to the help,
and looking up
Getting Started/Demos | Demos | Notebook Demos | Notation Maker
In this notebook under the introduction, you will find a link to the
full documentation. This should give you a lot more information. As far
as symbolizing d_1 through d_100, just add a blank to your d_n (i.e.,
something like d_n_ where the first _ means subscript and the second _
is the blank). It's a little difficult to write down exactly what you
should type, but I hope you get the idea.
Dept of Physics
U of Washington
Gadi Oron wrote:
> Hello Carl, and thank you for your reply.
> On Fri, 17 Jul 1998, Carl Woll wrote:
> > Hi Gadi,
> > Why don't you try using the Utilities`Notation` package?
> I have two problems with this package:
> 1. I have no documentation other the one I get with "?Symbolize"
> 2. I have indexed variables with a large number of them, say d_1 to d_100.
> How do you symbolize all of those without typing 100 times Sybolize[d_n],
> I've tryed a loop over n but all I get is a symbol for d_n (litterally).
> Any ideas?
> > At any rate, I don't see why
> > Subscript /: Equal[Subscript[d,1],0]:=False
> > doesn't work. It did when I tried it.
> I don't understand anything, now it works!
> I have no idea where did these errors came from (I have restarted the
> kernel several times and had the same results!)
> Thank you for your attention,
> \/\\/\/\/>> Gadi ORON <<\/\/\/\/
> EMAIL : oron at pmmh.espci.fr
> Homepage : http://www.pmmh.espci.fr/~oron/personal.html
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