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I paste below a simple code illustrating what I want to create: two lists from a set with pairs. I wonder it is a very simple task but I my lists aren't create in the end. 

 

 

> restart;
>
> lista:=[[1,10],[2,20],[3,30]]:
> x:=[]:
> y:=[]:
>
> for i from 1 to nops(lista) do
>     for j from 1 to 2 do
>
>         if j = 1 then
>             x[i,j]:=op(1,op(i,lista));
>        fi;
>        if j = 2 then
>             y[i,j]:=op(2,op(i,lista));
>       fi;
>    od;
> od;
>
> x;
> y;

 

 

In resume then after the for loop is terminated I want to be left with two lists:

x:= [1,2,3] and y:=[10,20,30]. I'm sure it has a quick fix but I'm stuck and would appreciate any help/advice.  

Thanks in advance!

Following is the set of commands I performed.

> points := plots[implicitplot](t+sin(8*x^3*t)-x^3 = 0, t = -0.50e-1 .. 0.5e-1, x = -10/9 .. 10/9);
print(??); # input placeholder
> ptslist := convert([1, 1], points, listlist);

In an output I need the data at the specified values of t. It will be great favor, if someone can help me out.

Thanks

Hi there,

I've been trying to find an equivalent to MATLAB's unique command in Maple, but I had no success.

I've seen that Maple would return the elements that are either repeated (FindRepetitions) or not repeated (MakeUnique), but not the indices within the original list.

Is there way to do that?

Thanks,

jon

I am required to generate a list containing the square of numbers 1 through k where k is an arbitrary int,defined from 1 to n. To do this, I've currently got the following commands:

local k, mylist:=[];

for k from 1 to n do

mylist[k]=sumsquare(k);

end do;

where sumsquare() is a procedure I defined to compute the sum of the squares of 1 through a number passed as an argument

At present this gives me an out of bounds error. 

How can I initialize mylist to be of size n, like in other languages such as C++?

 

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