remove the tilda "~" from assumption variables, but keep the assumption?

remove the tilda "~" from assumption variables, but keep the assumption?

Post by nma12 » Tue, 06 Apr 2004 11:23:08


Hello;

I really like the assume() facility in maple (I find assume() in maple
much better than mma btw).

One problem though, when I get expressions which assumptions on the
variables, maple adds a tilda character "~" next to each variable to
remind one that the variable has assumptions on it. like this:

x~

This is nice. But it also makes the equations harder to read and
less clear with all these characters all over.

Is there a way to keep the assumptions but not see the tilda character
show up?

thanks,
Steve
 
 
 

remove the tilda "~" from assumption variables, but keep the assumption?

Post by Carl Devor » Tue, 06 Apr 2004 11:58:09


Use interface(showassumed=0) to remove all reminders about assumptions.
Use interface(showassumed=2) to put the reminders in a fottnote at the end
of the expression. The default is interface(showassumed=1), which uses
the tildes.

Also note that you can use 'assuming' instead of 'assume' to make
assumptions that are in effect for one command only.

 
 
 

remove the tilda "~" from assumption variables, but keep the assumption?

Post by t.richar » Tue, 06 Apr 2004 17:48:01


In Maple 9 Standard Worksheet: Tools -> Options -> I/O Display
Classic Worksheet and Maple 8: File -> Preferences -> I/O Display
Maple 7 and older: Options -> Assumed Variables

Non-interactively (programmatically): interface(showassumed=0);

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Thomas Richard
Maple Support
Scientific Computers GmbH
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