Suppose I have an expression or a defined function that uses basic operations(typical stuff)... I have to go and add % to every operation to prevent it expanding so I can see the expression in detail. This really dirties up the formula.
Is there any way to automate this?
E.g., simple example
f := x->3%*x %+ x%^4;
Also %^ seems to have invalid order of operations, this seems like a bug in maple? 2%^x does not behave like 2^x in complex expressions, I have to put parathesis around it to avoid it grouping with other terms. It seems to do this with multiplication too. This then requires using tons of paranethesis to get normal expressions to behave correctly.
What would be real cool if one could automate all this and also have some way to control the expansion amount. E.g., some parameter than one can set to control from no expansion to full expansion(it would work by making inner most expressions inert then working to outer).
Also, it seems when I use the inert operators and make sure the precendence is correct maple evaluates the wrong value! I have used inert before and it seemed right but now I get very large values. There is something seriously buggy with %op.