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Pasting monospaced text into Mathematica notebook destroys aligment
I drew the little ASCII-art electronics schema below in vim. When i try to paste it into a Mathematica notebook, with: A) A code cell B) A monospaced font (Courier New) Mathematica insists on ...
Nov 30 '13 at 19:04
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