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Re: Help: What is \Muserfunction generated with Splice?


Hi Ted,

the notebook.sty file defines the \Mfunction{} ... macros. TeXForm
generates this
automatical to cooperate with the style file. The idea is to give a
different
output for functions and variables. You may use the notebook.sty file or
You may define Your own macros for \Mfunction{} and its friends.

You can remove this (here for variables) with the following Mathematica
code

Unprotect[TeXForm]
   TeXForm[a_Symbol]:=a
Protect[TeXForm]

An more complicated solution may be to define your own TeX/LaTeX output
command
to remove this behaviour.

Hope that helps
  Jens

-----Original Message-----
From: Ted Sariyski <ted at sor.eng.uci.edu> To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg12898] [mg12865] Help: What is \Muserfunction generated with Splice?


>Hi all,
>
>I used Matematica 2.0 a year ago and now I switch to Matematica 3.0, but
>my old programs do not run properly. I use Splice to produce TeX
>output, but now Mathematica generates commands like \Mfunction{TeXForm}
>and \Muserfunction and have to delete them every time from the TeX
>output. How can I cope with this problem?
>
>Thanks. Ted
>e-mail: ted at sor.eng.uci.edu    Tel: (714) 824-5772
>
>
>



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