You can setup "UsefulFunction[a, b]" to use custom infix notation "a [LeftRightArrow] b" as follows: ...
Difficulties in creating strict and robust equivalence between two symbols using the Notation package
I am investigating the use of the Notation package facilities to create strict the equivalence between pretty-printed symbols such as ...
I'm trying to define some notation so that Mathematica code would be more functional, similar to Haskell (just for fun): currying, lambdas, infix operator to function conversion, etc.. And I have some ...
I kept getting my data mixed up so I decided to see if I could construct a package adding a R DataFrame like construct to Mathematica. I managed to cobble something together that sort of works, but ...
When I'm using Symbolize function, there are some details that I'm not sure. For example: ...
I want to define a vector lets say k containing elements Symbolize[Subscript[k, 1]], k2, k3 ... etc. When I define lets say k4 . I want the symbol automatically added to vector k. Something like ...
The question concerns the Notation package. I want to define notation for the function very similar to the built-in Power[a,b] ...
What I'm trying to achieve in Mathematica is the creation of a binary operator whose operands are both pure functions over the natural numbers. The result of the operator should be another pure ...
I'm setting up a package that defines a custom Notation. I'd like to inquire about best practices and possible issues of: using the Notation Package using $Pre ...