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How was this typed?

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg61836] How was this typed?
  • From: "Steven T. Hatton" <hattons at globalsymmetry.com>
  • Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 00:39:23 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

How did the author type this code? Would this have all been done in "Show
Expression" mode?  I'm beginning to wonder if people who do a lot of
authoring in Mathematica spend a good deal of their time looking at
notebooks in whatever-you-call-thisForm.  Would that be a correct
assumption?

Cell[BoxData[
    FormBox[GridBox[{
          {Cell[TextData[{
              StyleBox["StyleForm[", "MR"],
              StyleBox["expr", "TI"],
              StyleBox[",", "MR"],
              " ",
              StyleBox["options", "TI"],
              StyleBox["]", "MR"],
              " "
            }]], Cell["print with the specified style options "]},
          {Cell[TextData[{
              StyleBox["StyleForm[", "MR"],
              StyleBox["expr", "TI"],
              StyleBox[",", "MR"],
              " ",
              StyleBox["\"", "MR"],
              StyleBox["style", "TI"],
              StyleBox["\"]", "MR"],
              " "
            }]], Cell["print with the specified cell style "]}
          },
        ColumnAlignments->{Right, Left}], TraditionalForm]],
"DefinitionBox",
  GridBoxOptions->{RowSpacings->0.4,
  RowLines->False},
  CellTags->"S2.9.9"]
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