[OS X TeX] Export Mathematica Code to TeXShop ?

Joseph C. Slater joseph.slater at wright.edu
Mon Jul 19 21:59:35 CEST 2004

On Jul 19, 2004, at 3:25 PM, Jack Kuipers wrote:

> Thank You for your response.
> No, I refer to the 'code' (perhaps, not the proper term) one must 
> write in order to print matrices, vectors, and properly typeset 
> mathematical expressions in TeX or LaTeX. The Mathematica Output for 
> Sine and Cosine expressions (functions) begin with Caps which M... 
> doesn't like. Also, there seem to be a preponderance of parentheses in 
> M... which must be removed, I'm using TeXShop 1.34 and Mathematica 5.0 
> on Mac OSX G4 under Panther 10.3.4   JBK
> On 19 Jul, 2004, at 2:59 PM, Jérôme Laurens wrote:

I've tried to cope with this in the past by defining commands which 
account for this, but on a case by-case basis. I don't know why 
Mathematica is like this, but it is. It seems a shell script to make 
these changes using tr would be useful. For example, hear's a simple 
dostounix EOL charcter shell script:
tr '\r\n' '\n'<$1 >$1.unix
One could try to use this (or something like my perl scripts nnfc) to 
piece together a 'cleaner code'.


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