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Re: Symbolize in the Notations Package

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  • Subject: [mg28164] Re: Symbolize in the Notations Package
  • From: Janusz Kawczak <jkawczak at>
  • Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 02:37:43 -0400 (EDT)
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don't forget to execute << Utilities`Notation` first. Then, you should
be okay with all the examples in the help.


David Park wrote:

> Dear MathGroup,
> I have often tried to use the Notations package, but I always get stopped by
> the very first Symbolize example. It is something like
> Symbolize[Domain\[PartialD]] except that Domain is in script letters.
> If one tries to just type this (or click it from the characters palette)
> into the Symbolize statement (which I clicked in from the Notations palette)
> it does not work.
> Later, in the Changing Precedences section of the Help a TagBox form of the
> expression is shown. But when I wrap that in DisplayForm and copy it into
> the Symbolize statement it also failed.
> I can copy the Symbolize statement from the Help and that works. Can anyone
> show me how to enter the statement from scratch?
> David Park
> djmp at

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