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Re: Up N' Down values.


Hi Gadi,

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

http://wolfram.com/~jasonh/Notation.html

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.

Good luck!

Carl Woll
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,
>
> Regards.
> \/\\/\/\/>> Gadi ORON <<\/\/\/\/
> EMAIL :  oron at pmmh.espci.fr
> Homepage : http://www.pmmh.espci.fr/~oron/personal.html
> ICQ#7316619




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