# HG changeset patch
# User Carl Witty <cwitty@newtonlabs.com>
# Date 1218350702 25200
# Node ID 46f0744466bb12987c2061cacd8fb1709a001996
# Parent e9365baed0c516966be1d5c3d195de9a5ffca383
Response to reviewer comments
diff r e9365baed0c5 r 46f0744466bb sage/misc/sage_input.py
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135  135  This is the prettiest output we're going to get, but let's make one 
136  136  further refinement. Other \class{_sage_input_} methods, like the one 
137  137  for polynomials, analyze the structure of SIEs; they work better (give 
138   prettier output) if negations are at the outside. 
 138  prettier output) if negations are at the outside. If the above code were 
 139  used for rationals, then \code{sage_input(polygen(QQ)  2/3)} would produce 
 140  \code{x + (2/3)}; if we change to the following code, then we would get 
 141  \code{x  2/3} instead. 
139  142  
140  143  sage: def qq_sage_input_v4(self, sib, coerced): 
141  144  ... num = self.numerator() 