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Overview of the Typesetting Package

 

Calling Sequence

Description

List of Typesetting Package Commands

Examples

Calling Sequence

Typesetting[command](arguments)

command(arguments)

Description

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The Typesetting package is primarily intended as a command-line interface for controlling Typeset and 2-D equation Parsing options.

  

Note: The Typesetting package can only be used to typeset and parse expressions in the Standard Worksheet interface (not in the Classic Worksheet interface or Command-line version).

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The control of how Maple typesets mathematical expressions has moved from a hard-coded algorithm to a rule-based system that provides more flexibility in the manner of displaying output, and some control over parsing input.

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Note that the new rule-based typesetting functionality is only available when interface(typesetting) is set to extended, and the new rule-based parsing functionality is only available from the 2-D equation editor.

List of Typesetting Package Commands

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The following commands allow control over typesetting, parsing and completion of 2-D math expressions in Maple.

Settings

Control of general Typeset/Parse settings

Suppress, Unsuppress

Control over function dependency suppression

EnableTypesetRule, DisableTypesetRule

Control over typesetting rules

EnableParseRule, DisableParseRule

Control over parsing rules

EnableCompletionRule, DisableCompletionRule

Control over completion rules

UseSymbolForTypeset

Control over symbol/keyword typesetting and conversion

RuleAssistant

Graphical interface for rule control

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Most other Typesetting exports correspond to either internal-use routines or typesetting tags, which roughly correspond to MathML tags. The only one of these that may be useful is the Typeset export, which previews a Maple expression using rule-based typesetting regardless of the interface(typesetting) setting. Note: This previewed display should not be used in subsequent calculations, as the Maple expression is a pure typeset object whose internal representation has no meaning to the Maple engine.

Examples

withTypesetting:

interfacetypesetting=extended:

TypesetBesselJv,x

Jvx

(1)

See Also

interface

module

Typesetting[EnableCompletionRule]

Typesetting[EnableParseRule]

Typesetting[EnableTypesetRule]

Typesetting[RuleAssistant]

Typesetting[Settings]

Typesetting[Suppress]

Typesetting[UseSymbolForTypeset]

with

 


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