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Re: Assumptions in fancy-notation integrals

In article <bob700$qo9$1 at>,
 "Curt Fischer" <crf3 at> wrote:

> I know I can do Integrate[stuff[x],{x,0,y},Assumptions->otherstuff] to
> specify, for instance, that a certain parameter in my system is a positive
> real.
> Can I incorporate Assumptions into an Integral entered with the escape code
> [esc]dintt[esc]?  

You can add the Assumptions globally using 

   SetOptions[Integrate, Assumptions -> Re[k] > 0]

and then use typeset notation. Alternatively, in 5.0, you can use 

   Assuming[Re[k] > 0, typeset integral]


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