When I run that code and click the link, my browser shows a "File not

found!" error page.

Dana DeLouis wrote:

> Hi. This is not the best solution, but here's one idea I use.

> It's not the best solution, because I can't find a way to make Mathematica's

> Hyperlinks dynamic.

> In other words, once a hyperlink is made (Entered), it appears the address

> is locked in stone.

> Maybe an expert can jump in and make this dynamic.

>

> A number we know nothing about...(??)

> n = 6.283185307179586

>

> Set the variable to something you would like to use. For me...

> NumberToSearch = n;

>

> Re-Enter this equation (Shift Enter), and then click the link.

>

> Hyperlink["Click Here: Plouffe's Inverter",

> StringReplace["http://bootes.math.uqam.ca/cgi-bin/ipcgi/lookup.\

> pl?Submit=GO+&number=#&lookup_type=simple",

> "#" :> ToString[Evaluate[NumberToSearch], InputForm,

> NumberMarks -> False]]]

>

> The above click shows it might be 2 Pi.

>

> For your example, I took the full value:

> n=10.92477796076938

>

> This number didn't work. Sometimes it won't work if the number is large.

> I don't know what "large" means, but the program really works with

> fractions.

>

> I decided to divided the number by 3.

>

> NumberToSearch = 10.92477796076938/3

> 3.641592653589793

>

> If I re-enter the Hyperlink, and click the link, the solution is Pi+1/2.

> Multiply by 3 to get your equation.

>

> Reference: http://pi.lacim.uqam.ca/eng/

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