Boxes are the underlying representation of two-dimensional forms in notebooks.

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Tokenize Mathematica input in a simple way

Background Usually, I give detailed descriptions when I have a question which sometimes lead to that users don't write their answers because they maybe think their answer is too simple. Therefore, I ...
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How do I mimic the functionality of “<>”?

The Cell expression for: <> is Cell[BoxData["<>"], "Input"] However similar expressions are parsed into ...
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Formatted text in a Dynamic or Manipulate control

I am using a Manipulate control to show different calculations for the same user-specified parameters. I would like to show the results for the calculation the ...
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Strange setting in FormatValues[MakeExpression]

My sytem is: 8.0 for Mac OS X x86 (64-bit) (October 5, 2011) When I start Mathematica and call FormatValues[MakeExpression] I get the following output: ...
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Pasting TemplateBox with a Dynamic argument

Ok, this is pretty specific... The objective is to use a TemplateBox to format something that is programatically inserted with ...
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Is there a way to have a Tooltip for non-editable raster graphics produced by MakeBoxes?

I have a function which produces a large object I would like to hide. Formatting is of course an option but I'm hoping for something a little more meaningful using raster graphics and ...
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How do I extract the contents of a selected cell as plain text?

My aim is to extract the contents of an Input cells as plain text. Ideally I would like to be able to select one or more Input cells and press a button which would then extract the text from these ...
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How to avoid spaces between numbers when displaying TagBox(es)

The instruction : DisplayForm[RowBox[List[0,1,Superscript[2,3],Superscript[1,2],a]]] displays a gap between the first two items of the list but if one is ...