is the low‐level function used in Wolfram System sessions to convert expressions into boxes.
- MakeBoxes does not evaluate expr.
- form can be StandardForm, TraditionalForm, or any other format represented using boxes.
- You can give definitions for MakeBoxes[expr,form] to specify your own rules for how expressions should be converted to boxes. »
- MakeBoxes is not automatically called on the results it generates. This means that explicit MakeBoxes calls must typically be inserted into definitions that are given.
- If you change the output format for an expression by giving a definition for MakeBoxes, there is no guarantee that output you get will subsequently be able to be interpreted by the Wolfram Language.
- Definitions you give for MakeBoxes will override built‐in Wolfram Language rules for generating output.
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Introduced in 1996