Entering Multiple Functions in a Line
To enter multiple functions on a single line, separate the functions with a comma ( , ) or semicolon (
; ). Using the semicolon instead of the comma will suppress the output for the command preceding it. For example, put three functions on one line to build a table of logarithms by typing
and then press Enter or Return. The functions run in left-to-right order.
Entering Long Lines
If a statement does not fit on one line, enter a continuation ellipsis (
...) at the end of the line to indicate it continues on the next line. Then press Enter or Return. Continue typing the statement on the next line. You can repeat the ellipsis to continue the statement across multiple lines. When you finish the statement, press Enter or Return.
For items in single quotes, such as strings, you must complete the string in the line on which it was started. For example, typing
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