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Re: (any documentation for) linear syntax?

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  • From: Adam Griffith <adamg at>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 07:01:25 -0500 (EST)
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I've found the following tutorials very useful:



divisor wrote:
> Hello MathGroup:
> Solving a recent problem I had, Maxim mentioned that this string:
> Subscript[\[Alpha], 23]"
> can be used in the Find-Replace dialog by its evaluated equivalent
> using this string:
> \!\(\[Alpha]\_23\)
> He called this "linear syntax".
> Since I will have other expressions that I need to convert into a form
> like this, I tried to look this up in the help documentation. No luck
> when trying these pages:
> guide/Syntax
> tutorial/SpecialWaysToInputExpressions
> Can anyone tell me what this is called in the documentation or where I
> can find documentation describing it?
> Thanks in advance.
> Roger Williams
> Franklin Laboratory

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