prints as a two-dimensional representation of expr using only keyboard characters.
- OutputForm is an approximation to StandardForm which uses only ordinary keyboard characters.
- The OutputForm of many kinds of expressions is quite different from their internal representation.
- OutputForm acts as a "wrapper", which affects printing, but not evaluation. »
- OutputForm cannot be used directly for input to the Wolfram Language.
- When possible, OutputForm uses approximations to special characters. Thus ≥ is given as >= and é as e'. »
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Basic Objects (2)
Special Input Forms (4)
Different Power expressions:
Properties & Relations (5)
OutputForm affects display but not evaluation:
Apply OutputForm to the evaluated integral:
OutputForm formats in two dimensions:
Add formatting via Format: