Sending again: Symbolizing subscripts
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- Subject: [mg62760] Sending again: Symbolizing subscripts
- From: Andrew Moylan <andrew.moylan at anu.edu.au>
- Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 03:37:00 -0500 (EST)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
Sorry if I am sending this twice, but the first one doesn't seem to have
It looks like there aren't any ideas for solving my original problem
(included below), so I'll widen my search a bit.
I want any expression of the form Subscript[a, b] to be interpreted as a
symbol. I can achieve this easily using the Notation package, by the
I also want to run my code in batch mode (without a front end). However,
[it appears that] the Notation package cannot be used in batch mode.
Given that I can't easily make the Notation package work in batch mode,
I now ask: does anyone know another way (not using the Notation package)
to make all subscripts behave as symbols?
Thanks again for any ideas.
Andrew Moylan wrote:
> I have some code that includes (and relies upon) a call to
> Utilities`Notation`Symbolize[...]. I would like to run the code in batch
> mode (without a front end), but the Notation package generates many error
> messages when being loaded without a front end, and subsequent calls to
> Symbolize[...] result in the Mathematica kernel hanging.
> Does anyone know of any way to use the notation package in batch mode, or
> does anyone have any ideas for other ways to run my code automatically from
> the (linux) shell?
> Thanks for any help.
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