default display of reals & last command behavior in terminal
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- Subject: [mg77672] default display of reals & last command behavior in terminal
- From: Juneappal <Juneappal at gmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 06:18:59 -0400 (EDT)
I know I can use
$Post = (# /. x_ /; x =E2=89=A4 0.01 \[Or] x > 1000 :> EngineeringForm[x,5])
To make Mathematica display Reals in Engineer's notation. Is there any
way to make this the default behavior so I don't have cut and paste
every time I start up a kernel?
When I use Mathematica via the terminal in MacOSX, I find myself wanting
to be able to use the up arrow to get the last command back on the
screen (as in Bash and other programs). Instead I get nonsense control
characters. Is there a particular terminal emulation I need to FORCE?
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