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Re: Re: Re: Casting a Command as a String


Januk

Please disregard my last note.  Thanks to your reply, here's the code I've sought:

Clear@f;
SetAttributes[f,HoldAll];
f[x_] := ShowGraph[x,PlotLabel->ToString@HoldForm@x];
Scan[f,Unevaluated@{Cycle@4,Cycle@5}];


Bruce
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From: Januk Aggarwal <ggroup at sarj.ca>
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg59020] Re: [mg58962] Re: Casting a Command as a String

Hi Bruce,

On Mon, 25 Jul 2005 08:09:43 -0500 (CDT), Bruce Colletti wrote

> Thank you for the reply.  The approach, while instructive 
> (expecially in how you've used Hold), is longer than hoped for.  

No worries, I'm still new to Mathematica myself, so I am very aware that 
there are likely much more efficient ways of doing pretty well everything.  
I think I've learned more in a week on this group than

I personally liked Stephen Layland's modification of what I proposed:

> Hrm.  I think a simple Hold function will do the trick a lot easier:

>   SetAttributes[f,HoldAll];
>   f[x_] := ShowGraph[x, PlotLabel -> ToString[HoldForm@x]]


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