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ToString (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ToString[expr] gives a string corresponding to the printed form of expr in OutputForm. ToString[expr, form] gives the string corresponding to output in the specified form.
The Representation of Textual Forms (Mathematica Tutorial)
Like everything else in Mathematica, the textual forms of expressions can themselves be represented as expressions. Textual forms that consist of one-dimensional sequences of ...
Converting between Strings, Boxes, and ... (Mathematica Tutorial)
Converting between strings, boxes, and expressions. Here is a simple expression. This gives the InputForm of the expression as a string.
IntegerString (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
IntegerString[n] gives a string consisting of the decimal digits in the integer n. IntegerString[n, b] gives a string consisting of the base b digits in the integer n. ...
SymbolName (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SymbolName[symbol] gives the name of the specified symbol.
CharacterEncoding (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
CharacterEncoding is an option for input and output functions which specifies what raw character encoding should be used.
Run (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Run[expr_1, expr_2, ...] generates the printed form of the expressions expr_i, separated by spaces, and runs it as an external operating system command.
Character Operations (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica has efficient systemwide 16-bit Unicode support, allowing a full range of international, technical and other character sets and character encodings.
$BatchOutput (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$BatchOutput is True if output in the current session is being sent in batch mode, suitable for reading by other programs.
$NewMessage (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$NewMessage is a global variable which, if set, is applied to the symbol name and tag of messages that are requested but have not yet been defined.