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Mike Dewar |
Subject: |
Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: subscribing to axiom-developer, user interface issues. |
Date: |
Wed, 25 Jun 2003 10:20:09 +0100 |
Hi Jason,
As it says, the scripts option only applies to subscripts:
G82328 (1) -> )set output scripts no
G82328 (1) -> subscript(x,[1])
(4) x
1
Type:
Symbol
G82328 (2) -> )set out scripts yes
G82328 (2) -> subscript(x,[1])
(5) x[1]
There are several linear output formats that might suit you better
including TeX, script (an old IBM typsetting language) and Fortran.
For example:
G82328 (7) -> )set output tex on
G82328 (7) -> )set output algebra off
G82328 (7) -> subscript(x,[1])
$$
x[1]
\leqno(7)
$$
Mike.
On Sat, Jun 21, 2003 at 04:00:02PM +1000, Jason White wrote:
> A low-priority question:
>
> To make Axiom output easily readable via synthetic speech or on my braille
> display I need it in a linear format. Partial success can be achieved
> as follows (see the last several lines for the problem):
>
> (1) -> 1/3
>
> 1
> (1) -
> 3
> Type: Fraction Integer
> (2) -> )set output fraction
> --------------------------- The fraction Option ---------------------------
>
> Description: how fractions are formatted
>
> The fraction option may be followed by any one of the following:
>
> -> vertical
> horizontal
>
> The current setting is indicated within the list.
>
> (2) -> )set output fraction horizontal
> (2) -> %
>
> (2) 1/3
> Type: Fraction Integer
> (3) -> a*x**3+b*x**2+c*x+d=0
>
> 3 2
> (3) a x + b x + c x + d= 0
> Type: Equation Polynomial Integer
> (4) -> )set output scripts
> --------------------------- The scripts Option ----------------------------
>
> Description: show subscripts,... linearly
>
> The scripts option may be followed by any one of the following:
>
> yes
> no
>
> The current setting is indicated within the list.
>
> (4) -> )set output scripts yes
> (4) -> %
>
> 3 2
> (4) a x + b x + c x + d= 0
> Type: Equation Polynomial Integer
> (5) ->
>
> Either the scripts option isn't working or I have misunderstood what
> it is meant to do. That no "current setting" is highlighted in the
> help text suggests this might be a bug.
>
>
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- [Axiom-developer] Re: subscribing to axiom-developer, user interface issues., Jason White, 2003/06/21
- Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: subscribing to axiom-developer, user interface issues.,
Mike Dewar <=
- Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: subscribing to axiom-developer, user interface issues., Jason White, 2003/06/25
- Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: subscribing to axiom-developer, user interface issues., Mike Dewar, 2003/06/25
- Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: subscribing to axiom-developer, user interface issues., Jason White, 2003/06/25
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