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Sunil
07/23/03 4:40pm

Is there a command to display evaluation rules for user defined expressions?

If one defines a function f[x_]:=x^2, one gets information about the function by typing ?f. I want to do a similar thing for derivatives of functions. For example, I define g'[x_]:=x^2. How do I get information about the expression g'? I'm aware of the fact that typing g'[x] will give me x^2, and the fact that one can use ValueQ to determine whether or not the pattern g' will be transformed. However, I don't know how to list the values of user defined expressions. I'm using version 3.0.

Thanks,
Sunil

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Listing User Defined Expressions Sunil 07/23/03 4:40pm
Re: Listing User Defined Expressions VL 07/25/03 00:08am
Re: Listing User Defined Expressions Carl Woll 07/28/03 8:44pm
Re: Listing User Defined Expressions VL 08/01/03 12:17pm
Re: Listing User Defined Expressions Forum Modera... 08/03/03 3:28pm
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