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Re: How to work with In?

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  • Subject: [mg114008] Re: How to work with In?
  • From: Simon <simonjtyler at>
  • Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2010 18:23:57 -0500 (EST)
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On Nov 19, 6:08 pm, kj <no.em... at> wrote:
> I want to create a list consisting of the (unevaluated) expressions
> that were entered in a particular subrange of the In array.  I.e.,
> what I want is (almost) something like this:
> Table[In[i], {i, 300, 375}]
> except that this won't work, because each In[i] will be evaluated.
> This also fails
> Table[Hold[In[i]], {i, 300, 375}]
> because now the i is not evaluated, so the result is a list of
> multiple copies of the expression Hold[In[i]].
> How can I do what I'm trying to do?
> TIA!
> ~kj

You could use InString[] instead of In[]:

Table[ToExpression[InString[i], StandardForm, Hold], {i, 300, 375}]


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