Prefix

Prefix[f[expr]]

prints with f[expr] given in default prefix form: f@expr.

Prefix[f[expr],h]

prints as hexpr.

Details

  • Prefix[expr,h,precedence,grouping] can be used to specify how the output form should be parenthesized.

Examples

Basic Examples  (2)

Display f[x] in prefix form:

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Use a special character as a prefix operator:

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See Also

Infix  Postfix

Tutorials

Introduced in 1988
(1.0)