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Re: About programming Mathematica [Newbie question]

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  • Subject: [mg32691] Re: About programming Mathematica [Newbie question]
  • From: "Albert REINER" <Use-Author-Address-Header at [127.1]>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 03:41:54 -0500 (EST)
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Oh, and I forgot:

> ...
> > emacs (with a .m ext) and typed the filename in the Octave command line. Not
> > exactly sophisticated, but it was easy. What would the comparable
> > Mathematica technique? Surely it cannot be to do a function[] := (and then
> ...
> 
> Well, at least on an OS like Unix you also have the CLI Mathematica,
> usually something like /usr/local/bin/math. So: write your definitions
> in a file, save that, and pipe it through math. Unfortunately, the
> formatting of the output is not truely luxurious.


If you know a little bit of emacs lisp, you should be able to set up
the correct regexps so that you can use Fred Gylys-Colwell's
notebook.el - I suppose google will find it. If you do these
modifications, please share!

Albert.  <a.reiner at gmx.at>


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