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Re: Output of left-hand side of expression


Well, it seems that what you want to do is transcribe your Set operation as
it is to an output cell. The only way I can think of now is to make a string
such as:

In[1]:=
"M = C + 1"
Out[1]=
"M = C + 1"

which doesn't perform an evaluation, of course. You may get rid of the
displayed quotation marks by going to the Format Inspector:
Format|OptionInspector|FormattingOptions|ExpressionFormatting|
DisplayOptions|ShowStringCharacters and turn it to False.

Tomas Garza
Mexico City

----- Original Message -----
From: "news.eircom.net" <J_M_1967 at hotmail.com>
Subject: [mg35550] [mg35509] Output of left-hand side of expression


> Hello
> This is really simple but I cannot find in manuals. (Honestly!)
>
> Q. How do I display the left-hand side of an expression
>
> currently I do
>
> In[148]:=
> M=C+1
> Out[148]=
> 1+C
>
> but I want
>
> Out[xxx]=
> M=1+C
>
> I need this so that I can copy/paste the entire expression into a doc. so
> that it is complete - not just the right hand side or result.
>
> Is there some magic command that can do this? or system default?
>
> Thankyou.
>
>
>
>
>



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