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Print indexed (by subscript) variable name systematically
I have some variables : Subscript[S, 1], Subscript[S, 2]...etc. But they are defined in a for loop like
For[g = 1, g < 4, g++, Subscript[S, g] = g];
Later, I ...
Sep 9 '13 at 13:06
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