Re: formatting of string in input vs. output cells
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- Subject: [mg100271] Re: formatting of string in input vs. output cells
- From: dbreiss at gmail.com
- Date: Sat, 30 May 2009 04:15:23 -0400 (EDT)
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Output cells generally ahve the option ShowStringCharacters->False You can see this by looking at the Core.nb style sheet and examining the format of the Output cell style. -_David On May 29, 8:58 pm, pfalloon <pfall... at gmail.com> wrote: > Hi, > Does anyone know the cell style options which control how strings are > displayed? As a simple example, when you enter the following in a > notebook session: > > In:= "x" > Out= x > > The output cell suppresses the double quotes "". This also occurs with > things like NumberForm and so on. It becomes a pain when you, say, > print a table of numbers formatted using NumberForm, and then copy > this to a cell of a different type, where suddenly the quotes become > visible. > > What I'd like to know is what cell formatting option is controlling > the display/suppression of the quotes, so that I can add to whatever > other cell types I need to use (e.g. "Table" styles). Digging in the > option inspector I have not been able to find anything, and there > doesn't seem to be much documentation either. > > thanks, > Peter.