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Re: Testing Mathematica Expressions?
In article <hj6qfb$8r0$1 at smc.vnet.net>, Andrzej Kozlowski <akozlowski at gmail.com> wrote: > > I'd be glad to spend some time perusing and attempting to understand an > > example (the simple the better, of course) for which > > > > ToExpression["soks"] /. ruleOne > > > > and > > > > soks /. ruleOne > > > > typed into separate Input cells under identical starting conditions, > > where 'soks' is a sequence of key strokes, yield differing results when > > evaluated. > Unevaluated[x] /. x -> 3 > > Andrzej Kozlowski You got me there. But how about some simple expression that does not contain any Mathematica-unique syntax or commands -- just a sequence of input keystrokes that would be interpreted as a meaningful algebraic or mathematical expression by someone who was reasonably knowledgeable in math and algebra, but had never encountered Mathematica?