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- Subject: [mg87049] Re: IsIntegerOrFloat
- From: Szabolcs Horvát <szhorvat at gmail.com>
- Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 01:16:26 -0500 (EST)
- Organization: University of Bergen
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
carlos at colorado.edu wrote:
> Thanks to all who replied to my previous questions. Those functions work
> fine now. Here is another question - I apologize if it has been asked before.
> I need a function
> that returns True if expr, which is generally a flat list, contains
> only integers or floating point numbers, and False otherwise.
> Rational numbers such as 1/2 are considered symbolic for this test; so is
> \[Pi] or Sqrt. Appearance of any symbol, as in 2.0*a+3.5, makes it False.
> As in previous questions, this should work on versions >=4.0.
iiof[expr_] := VectorQ[expr, Head[#] === Integer || Head[#] === Real &]
> Use: unified printing of simulation data structures in table formats.
> Expressions containing only integers or floats are filtered through
> PaddedForm and ToString, others through Symbol. The end
> result (a flat table of strings) is filtered through TableForm with
> appropriate options.
Conversion to strings is generally not necessary for simple formatting ...
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