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- Subject: [mg23160] Re: PrintPrecision
- From: Ronald Bruck <bruck at math.usc.edu>
- Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 03:21:31 -0400 (EDT)
- Organization: Univ of Southern California
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In article <8djlqq$7rj at smc.vnet.net>, "John Flint" <j.flint at itf.sdu.dk>
:When I use the Options Inspector to change the notebook 'Formatting
:Options', 'Expression Formating', 'Display Options', 'PrintPrecision' to
:3 in order to see more of a matrix in my window then som numbers come out
:expected (ex. -3.22) while others still have a lot of digits (ex.
:27.536488564494144). How can I make them all small?
I'm sick to death of the bizarre formatting rules which Mathematica
uses. I want a plain, simple, fixed-format, in which a "1" will print
as a "1.0000" (NOT "1.") and a "1.39281" will print as a "1.3928" and a
"1.31" will print as a "1.3100". I've tried NumberForm, I've tried
PaddedForm, I've tried writing the damned things to a file--and I cannot
get the simple, classical, traditional "f6.4". HOW DO I DO THIS?!
And when I print it to a file, I **don't** want to find the file filled
with a bunch of "NumberForm[..."'s.
And as I mentioned in another post, **my** Options Inspector won't make
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