Converting result to ASCII-art
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- Subject: [mg56925] Converting result to ASCII-art
- From: "DJ Craig" <spit at djtricities.com>
- Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 03:42:39 -0400 (EDT)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
When running MathKernel from command line in OS X, it shows expressions
kind of like ASCII-art. I have a very long equation that I need to
convert to ASCII, but when doing this the way I normally do, using
Terminal and copying and pasting, it comes out looking like a mess,
because it does too much line wrapping. What I am trying to display is
the result of:
Solve[a x^4+b x^3+c x+d==0,x]
I've tried displaying this in command line with and without MatrixForm.
Is there some other form that I should try?
What I really need is some way that I can send this result to someone
(who doesn't have Mathematica, MathReader, or any type of MathML
reader), so that they can copy and paste out of it. A PDF would be
fine, but when I use Print to create a PDF, the PDF that it creates
can't be read by either Preview or Acrobat.
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