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Exceptions When Translating Mathematica Input and Notebooks

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The Mathematica translator does not translate Mathematica programs.

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When translating Mathematica notebooks, most interface elements in these notebooks have an equivalent in a Maple worksheet, but not always. In these cases, the translator either raises a warning and attempts the closest translation or fails to translate that particular portion and requires interactive manipulation.

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Some operations valid in Mathematica are invalid in Maple. The following sections describe the known translating exceptions.

Mathematica Input Exceptions

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Mathematica package commands are not translated. For example, if the Mathematica notebook contains Needs[PackageName], the translated worksheet contains with(PackageName). The commands of the PackageName package are translated syntactically only as unknown functions.

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There is no exact translation for the Mathematica Import and Export commands; therefore, these commands are not translated. Depending on the data, the Maple commands read and readline offer similar functionality.

Mathematica Notebook Exceptions

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The warnings displayed when translating expressions interactively are not displayed when translating notebooks.

See Also

MmaTranslator, MmaTranslator[FromMma], MmaTranslator[FromMmaNotebook], MmaTranslator[Mma], MmaTranslator[MmaToMaple]


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