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Giovanni
11/23/12 09:32am

Hello, a simple questions I think.

How do I supress the full function notation "f(x,y)" to a simple "f" in my outputs?

And how can I define an arbitrary function, to be a function of x and y variables, and not need to specify that anymore in my notebook?For example, everytime I use "f", I need to write "f(x,y)"... is there a way to define "f(x,y)" just once and then just use "f" in the rest of my notebook? Remembering that I just don't know what the function "f" is, just that it's dependent on variables x and y.

Thanks :)

Giovanni

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