Constructing a Label
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- Subject: [mg93336] Constructing a Label
- From: Nikolaus Rath <Nikolaus at rath.org>
- Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2008 06:17:57 -0500 (EST)
I want to automatically construct labels of the form
"A = <value of A>" for a number of plots.
However, I cannot quite figure out how to generate the above
expression. My first idea was to construct it as a string
label = "A = " <> ToString[A]
but this looks horribly if A is more complicated than just a single
literal. So I assume that I have to "concatenate" the Mathematica
expressions "A = " and A (rather than the stringified A). But how do I
do that? My feeble attempts with
label = RowBox["A", "=", A]
are displayed exactly the way I entered them, i.e. with the literal
"RowBox" printed out.
Thanks in advance,
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