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RE: Re: symbolize in v.6

Hello Steve and everybody,

Thanks for your answer.
As you are the only one who answered, I ask for more information, if you allow?

What does mean "ISTR" ?

I'm afraid I have a big problem.
If I go in the tutorial Notation/tutorial/NotationSymbolizeAndInfixNotation,
I just try the 3 first Inputs and already have an error-message: 

Syntax::sntxi: Incomplete expression; more input is needed.

So there is no doubt : The package Notation` just doesn't work on my 
computer! I tried on the computer of a colleague in the same office, and 
it works fine on his computer... could the problem be in my computer?

I use :

In[3]:= $System

Out[3]= "Microsoft Windows (32-bit)"

In[4]:= $Version

Out[4]= "6.0 for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) (February 7, 2008)"

Computer : HP Compaq nx7010

(It's the version. It didn't work neither on 6.0.1)

Could other user try the tutorial examples and let me know if they also 
have problems or not? I can't believe being the only one... and I would 
like to understand...

Thanks in advance!

Florian Jaccard

-----Message d'origine-----
De=A0: Steve Luttrell [mailto:steve at]
Envoy=E9=A0: dimanche, 9. mars 2008 11:00
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Objet=A0: [mg86342] Re: symbolize in v.6

I have version 6.0.1 for Windows 32-bit, and all of
Notation/tutorial/NotationSymbolizeAndInfixNotation works correctly. =
that version 6 did not work correctly.

Stephen Luttrell
West Malvern, UK

"Jaccard Florian" <Florian.Jaccard at> wrote in message
news:fqtqhc$d1v$1 at
> Hello!
> In 5.2, I used to be able to use subscripted variables (which were
> treated as symbols) loading the Notation package and writing :
> Symbolize[ParsedBoxWrapper[\(_ \_ _\)]]
> It worked fine...
> With version 6, the help says it should still work. But I'm afraid I
> can't even try the examples in the help!
> The help says :
> << "Notation`"
> Symbolize[ParsedBoxWrapper[\(expr_ \_ Rule\)]]     ]]
> FullForm[Subscript[MyDistribute, Rule]]
> Should give:
> FullForm[MyDistribute\[UnderBracket]Subscript\
> \[UnderBracket]Rule]
> But in 6.0.2 on my system, it gives :
> FullForm[Subscript[MyDistribute, Rule]]
> So there is no doubt : Symbolize doesn't work anymore...
> I didn't try the other features of the Notation palette, but I would =
> glad if somebody else would try the examples of
> Notation/tutorial/NotationSymbolizeAndInfixNotation
> And tell if it works or not!
> Thanks for help!
> Florian Jaccard

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