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Re: copying

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  • Subject: [mg45777] Re: copying
  • From: "Jim Dars" <jim-dars at>
  • Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2004 03:29:05 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <bulo77$8gb$> <buqmi9$rb2$>
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"Harold Noffke" <Harold.Noffke at> wrote in message
news:buqmi9$rb2$1 at
> Jim:
> There are two ways to post an example.
>     The first way is to launch the Mathematica Kernel, which will
> display a text window into which you can copy your Input lines, and
> recreate your output lines in TextForm.
>     The second way is to view your Notebook with a text editor, and
> then copy all of that text into a posting.  This can be used by
> downloaders to recreate your notebook.
> Most simple examples are done the TextForm way.  For an example of the
> Notebook route, see ...
> From: Alex (akhmel at
To: mathgroup at
> Subject: [mg45777] For general discussion

Hi Harold
> Regards,
> Harold
Hi Harold,

??  You'll have to assume I know nothing, --- pretty accurate.  Note that
I'm not familiar with text editors.  I merely wish to copy a few lines FROM
Mathematica and put them IN a posting to a mathematics bulletin board.
Surely (hopefully) this must be trivial?

Best wishes, Jim

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