Re: Strange results
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- Subject: [mg14663] Re: Strange results
- From: "David Bailey" <db at salford-software.com>
- Date: Sat, 7 Nov 1998 02:10:17 -0500
- Organization: Salford Software.com
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Garrett Tim Sos wrote in message <70k33r$ek9 at smc.vnet.net>...
>With several instructions are in a single cell, sometimes Mathematica
>assumes a multiply between one line and the next. This can cause wired
>results or unexpected errors. A ; at the end of a line always forces a
>break -- However, does not echo output. If this is undersireable, try
>surounding the line with ( ). This always fixes a problem with some
>typeset intergrals getting confused with the next line - and retained
>I asked WR if there was a break that still produces output like a
>special form of ; - They said no.
If you execute the following code you will obtain a new operator
consisting of a semicolon subscripted with a capital 'P'. This will
have the desired effect of printing the result of its LHS and then
evaluating the RHS. (O.K. I know it is a bit ugly!).
db at salford-software.com
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