v1:=[

eta[p2] = 0.260 ,

eta[p3] = 0.113 ,

eta[p4] = -0.013 ,

eta[p5] = 0.215 ,

eta[p6] = -0.189 ,

eta[phi2] = 0.020 ,

eta[phi3] = 0.063 ,

eta[phi4] = -0.014 ,

eta[phi5] = -0.414 ,

eta[phi6] = 0.067 ,

mu[p] = 0.466 ,

mu[phi] = -0.169 ,

tau[p3] = -0.000 ,

tau[p4] = 0.000 ,

w[1] = 0.023 ,

w[2] = -0.447 ,

w[3] = -0.110 ,

w[4] = 0.035 ,

w[5] = 0.445

]:

for i to numelems(v1) do

printf("%a = %3.3f , \n",lhs(v1[i]),rhs(v1[i]));

end do:

This runs and returns:

eta[p2] = 0.260 ,

eta[p3] = 0.113 ,

eta[p4] = -0.013 ,

eta[p5] = 0.215 ,

eta[p6] = -0.189 ,

eta[phi2] = 0.020 ,

eta[phi3] = 0.063 ,

eta[phi4] = -0.014 ,

eta[phi5] = -0.414 ,

eta[phi6] = 0.067 ,

mu[p] = 0.466 ,

mu[phi] = -0.169 ,

tau[p3] = 0.000 ,

tau[p4] = 0.000 ,

w[1] = 0.023 ,

w[2] = -0.447 ,

w[3] = -0.110 ,

w[4] = 0.035 ,

w[5] = 0.445 ,

Is there a way to align the qual signs? also to align the decials like this:

eta[p2] = 0.260 ,

eta[p3] = 0.113 ,

eta[p4] = -0.013 ,

eta[p5] = 0.215 ,

eta[p6] = -0.189 ,

eta[phi2] = 0.020 ,

eta[phi3] = 0.063 ,

eta[phi4] = -0.014 ,

eta[phi5] = -0.414 ,

eta[phi6] = 0.067 ,

mu[p] = 0.466 ,

mu[phi] = -0.169 ,

tau[p3] = 0.000 ,

tau[p4] = 0.000 ,

w[1] = 0.023 ,

w[2] = -0.447 ,

w[3] = -0.110 ,

w[4] = 0.035 ,

w[5] = 0.445 ,

For the negative numbers, I prefer to have 1 space of indentation.

Thanks,

casper