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Explicitly show multiplier for Implicit multiplication inside a Tri function #635

karenpb opened this Issue Apr 2, 2016 · 3 comments


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karenpb commented Apr 2, 2016


MathJS has the option to show multiplier for implicit multiplication.

math.parse('2cos(pi)').toString({implicit: 'show'});
Output: "2*cos(pi)"

Is it possible to extend this option to the arguments for the function?
For example: math.parse('2cos(3pi)').toString({implicit: 'show'});
Output: "2 * cos(3 pi)"
A * is missing between 3 and "pi". Is there a way to add the * ?

Same for all other functions like sin, nthRoot, int and etc.



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josdejong commented Apr 3, 2016

Yes, it should also output the multiplication character for nested operations, this is a bug. Thanks for bringing this up

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josdejong commented Apr 3, 2016

This has been fixed now in the develop branch


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karenpb commented Apr 3, 2016

That's great! Thank you for the quick response.

@josdejong josdejong closed this in 26e1e26 Apr 3, 2016

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