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2015-09-15 17:46:40 +0100 | commented answer | Is there a way to fix my html() lines? If I paste it in: https://sagecell.sagemath.org/ the output of html() will be without warning, is pretty printed and (hopefully) will be in future (?) |

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2015-09-15 17:05:56 +0100 | answered a question | Is there a way to fix my html() lines? maybe something like this Python snippet below – used before the first time you try 'html()' – will do the trick for you; here it is working in a quick test... |

2015-09-15 16:26:32 +0100 | commented answer | Understanding the 'solve()' result with braces and brackets ("([{x:z},{x:y}],[1,1])") Thanks so far, now I understand a bit more, but: How does it come? I mean, if there is already an |

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2015-09-15 09:58:47 +0100 | asked a question | Understanding the 'solve()' result with braces and brackets ("([{x:z},{x:y}],[1,1])") Having following code Sage gives me a result of which I am not really able to interpret, also the help(solve) did not get me any further - is there anyone who can help me out with that?
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