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Re: superscripts

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  • Subject: [mg58642] Re: superscripts
  • From: Mike <m.HoneychurcNOSPAMh at>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 04:19:27 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: University of Queensland
  • References: <daiu3u$t43$> <dal1l7$i80$>
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Would this work???

FontVariations->{"CompatibilityType"->"Superscript"}]}]], NotationBoxTag,
TagStyle->"NotationTemplateStyle"], "]"}]], "Input"]


On 8/7/05 3:06 PM, in article dal1l7$i80$1 at, "Jean-Marc Gulliet"
<jeanmarc.gulliet at> wrote:

> Stan Gianzero wrote:
>> If it is possible, I would like to ask the following two questions:
>> (1) All superscripts in Mathematica default to exponents. I would like
>> to have the superscript  become another label as with subscripts. The
>> reason I wish to do this is that many of matrix elements that I use
>> have a superscript ZERO. Consequently, Mathematica produces UNITY for
>> all such elements.
> Hi Stan,
> You may find the following thread very interesting: _Assigning to
> superscripted variables_, started by Dave Snead on May 13 2002, 6:08 am
> ad/thread/32416898239235a3/7d6339bd44a24e42?q=superscript&rnum=7&hl=en#7d6339b
> d44a24e42
> (especially the use of the package Utilities`Notation` and/or the Tensor
> Calculus package).
>> (2) I would like to be able to provide information to Mathematica that
>> helps avoid a log singularity in a definite integral. This is best
>> described in my attachment.
>> [Contact the author to obtain the attachment - moderator]
> Please, send me your attachment.
> Best regards,
> /J.M.

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