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Re: Can someone read these line "aloud"
Posted:
Jun 27, 2012 4:12 AM


Hello,
I would say to somebody else:
On 06/26/2012 10:47 AM, McHale, Paul wrote: > Can anyone help me with proper Wolfram "lingo"? If you were reading these aloud to someone, what words would you use? For instance. I have heard "/; " or "/." is pronounced "given that". Not sure which. Is there any list of the verbal equivalents? > > > list /. x_ :> SuperStar[x] /; x> 9
"Replace all patterns with given name x and which turn out to be numbers greater than 9 by their "superstared" values."
or:
"Mark all numbers in expression list which are greater than 9 by a superstar."
> list /. {i_ /; i>= 10 :> SuperStar[i]}
"Replace all patterns with name i and which are numbers greater equal than 10 by their superstared values."
Alternatively you could also try
Speak[HoldForm[list /. x_ :> SuperStar[x] /; x > 9]]
Best,
Christoph



