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comment How to sort arguments of Times in nonstandard order?
Ok, RuleCondition did the job, thanks. I knew (and forgot) about it but never used before.
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comment How to sort arguments of Times in nonstandard order?
I got the time to advance with this problem. My issue with your approach is that due to the HoldForm-s, one cannot do post replacements like reorderIstván[expr, par] /. x_Symbol :> If[Context@x === "Global`", f@x, x]. I haven't figured a way to bypass this yet... any idea? I'd rather avoid including this transformation directly into the reordering function.
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comment How to sort arguments of Times in nonstandard order?
@Mr.Wizard Wait! On second thought, I ask for more time to evaluate the differences. One of my concerns (not worded above) was that the output must be readily convertible by TeXForm and I'm not sure Row-s in Silvia's answer are ok with TeX. Will check it tomorrow all your answers, have to sleep now.
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comment How to sort arguments of Times in nonstandard order?
Thanks @Mr.Wizard, that is the one I was looking for. Accordingly, mine is a duplicate then.
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comment How to sort arguments of Times in nonstandard order?
@Sjoerd I had the same feeling, and you can imagine that I took the time to look for it. BTW, I find it very strange that a complex typesetting environment like Mathematica does not provide this functionality readily and one has to hack his way like jkuczm did...
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comment How to sort arguments of Times in nonstandard order?
The only occasion when a user-defined function should start with a capital letter! +1 : )
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comment What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users?
@Mr.Wizard Sure, you're right about using shortcut names (I do that myself a lot during development), but since this thread is mostly for new users, I think it's useful for them to stick to telltale function names. I'm afraid a coding-style wiki (though might be interesting) would fall into the fuzzy, "personal taste"-type questions. At least I know that my style has changed a lot during the years...
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comment What is the most convenient way to read definitions of in-memory symbols when we don't have the source files? (Spelunking tools)
Is it by design that (Print)Definitions omits formatting definitions like MakeBoxes[...]^:=... (e.g. in case of PrintDefinitions@EvaluationObject)? Is it because some dynamic formatting box could lead to problems when evaluated for printing? @Rolf Try ChartElementData: it has 1853 definitions.