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- Subject: [mg18928] Re: ARghh!!
- From: king at dircon.co.uk (Nigel King)
- Date: Tue, 27 Jul 1999 22:17:28 -0400
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Lars Hohmuth <larsh at wolfram.com> wrote: > In this case the following obviously comes too late, but one easy way to > check for these non printing characters is to use ShowExpression in the > Format menu to see the actual Mathematica expression generating the cell. > Spurious characters are usually very easy to spot and delete in that form. > > Lars Hohmuth > Wolfram Research, Inc. > > methodicallly piece the problem back to it after several hours of > > fist-pounding frustration. One quick way I have used for "Cleaning Up" Mathematica input is to select the text of the cell Menu>Edit>Copy As>Plain Text and then Paste into a new cell. All those "nasty" hidden bits get removed in the process. Nigel King