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Lukas Schaffner
11/27/01 11:26am

Perhaps this is a stupid question, but I am a new to Mathematica, so please forgive me.
I am trying to display the Input in symbolic form (i.e. instead of "Integrate[...]" I would like to see the Integration-symbol). Is this possible? I'm sorry if this is in the Manual, but I searched and was not able to find information about that.

Also: When Evaluating

Fourier[f[x],x,k,FourierParameters -> {1, -1}]

I get the Iinput as result. Is there a way to see the Integral if f[x] is not defined?

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