Re: Strange results
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- Subject: [mg14428] Re: [mg14404] Strange results
- From: Garrett Tim Sos <gts at mindspring.com>
- Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 03:32:24 -0400
- References: <199810181910.PAA02298@smc.vnet.net.>
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
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.
I would vote that this should get into a newer release.
Laurence Lours wrote:
> Dear Mathgroup,
> I have different results when I use one cell with a lot of instructions
> in it, rather than dividing the cell to have unique instructions in
> each. The good results are calculated when I use the second solution.
> Did somebody have the same problem?
> I am using Mathematica 3.02 on SPARC
> Laurence Lours
> lours at bruyeres.cea.fr
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