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Re: how to convert output file to compatible format


Hi,

the 2d output format of the kernel is not useful in this case.
I expect that the editor you use to view the output file
hat not a mono spaced type face and the space " " is shorter
than "m" ..

You should switch to the normal input form.

Regards
   Jens

t-minus wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have submitted a mathematica job to unix system to run
> where I use this command
> 
> bsub -q linux64 math < test7.m> out4
> 
> test7.m is the my input file, out4 is the output filename.
> 
> But The result generated though is what I want. But the format is different from what I typed ordinary. 
> 
> For examples,
> 
>      2           2
>>      Sqrt[\[Gamma]  - \[Omega] ]                     
> 
> where this line happens to be in my result.
> which is basically 
> 
> Sqrt[\[Gamma]^2 - \[Omega]^2] 
> 
> 
> 
> originally. Notice that especiall  ^2 of my superscript is off to the previous line from the term \gamma in the output file
> 
> If you all face this kind of problem can share with me? What I tried to do is basically sent my mathematica job to my school super computer to run. But the output is not in the user friendly format
> 


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