1 | initial version |

That's more of a $\LaTeX$ than a `Sage`

question, and could get a better answer in a mailing list/newsgroup/forum/site dedicated to Latex$...

My two cents :

- Lome $\L

2 | No.2 Revision |

That's more of a $\LaTeX$ than a `Sage`

question, and could get a better answer in a ~~mailing list/newsgroup/forum/site ~~(mailing list|newsgroup|forum|site) dedicated to ~~Latex$...~~$\LaTeX$...

My two cents :

~~Lome $\L~~Some $\LaTeX$ packages help with "long equations" ; breqn comes to mind, but there are probably others.

You may typeset manually : convert your "long" numerical output in a string, then chop it up in conveniently sized chunks, arrange them in a list, then generate in

`Sage`

a string representing a convenient $\LaTeX$ packaging of this list. See the`example.tex`

in the`$SAGE_LOCAL/share/texmf/tex/latex/`

of your distribution for inspiration (I'm thinking of the Pascal's triangle example.

HTH,

3 | No.3 Revision |

That's more of a $\LaTeX$ than a `Sage`

question, and could get a better answer in a (mailing list|newsgroup|forum|site) dedicated to $\LaTeX$...

My two cents :

Some $\LaTeX$ packages help with "long equations" ; breqn comes to mind, but there are probably others.

You may typeset manually : convert your "long" numerical output in a string, then chop it up in conveniently sized chunks, arrange them in a list, then generate in

`Sage`

a string representing a convenient $\LaTeX$ packaging of this list. See the`example.tex`

in the

directory of your distribution for inspiration (I'm thinking of the Pascal's triangle~~$SAGE_LOCAL/share/texmf/tex/latex/~~$SAGE_LOCAL/share/texmf/tex/latex/sagetex/~~example.~~example).

But you should also reconsider the need for printing your "long number output". If you need a bedsheet to print it, ask yourself if your reader shall *read* said bedsheet ? Or are you attempting bragging ?

HTH,

4 | No.4 Revision |

That's more of a $\LaTeX$ than a `Sage`

question, and could get a better answer in a (mailing list|newsgroup|forum|site) dedicated to $\LaTeX$...

My two cents :

Some $\LaTeX$ packages help with "long equations" ; breqn comes to mind, but there are probably others.

You may typeset manually : convert your "long" numerical output in a string, then chop it up in conveniently sized chunks, arrange them in a list, then generate in

`Sage`

a string representing a convenient $\LaTeX$ packaging of this list. See the`example.tex`

in the`$SAGE_LOCAL/share/texmf/tex/latex/sagetex/`

directory of your distribution for inspiration (I'm thinking of the Pascal's triangle example).

But you should also reconsider the need for printing your "long number output". If you need a bedsheet to print it, ask yourself if your reader shall *read* said bedsheet ? Or are you attempting bragging ?

HTH,

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