I like to group the 2 parts of the
If statement and others like it by using
() to help me be able to still understand what my code is doing the next day I look at it.
I started to use 2D math in input cells, and it is a nice feature of Mathematica.
But noticed that
() changes size depending on what is inside them. So I end up with non-symmetrical (different size) parentheses within the same logical grouping. An example will help show this:
Notice how the top
() are small compared to the lower
(). The code will look better on the screen if the sizes of these
() are kept the same. (either both large, or both small, is not important, as long as the size is the same)
This happens with
With and any other such command.
I know the
() are not needed. I just use them to make the code easy to read. When I have complicated logic, these help me see the parts more clearly.
Here is the actual code that generated the above converted to
InputForm in order to paste it here
Clear["Global`*"] If[x == 1, x = 0, x = Sqrt[y^2] ];
Question is: Is there a way to control this aspect of the display in input cells for 2D math so that parentheses are the same even if using 2D math?