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I want to display the value of k   for which the stop test is verified. Thanks for your help. 



epsilon:=(y0,N)->evalf(abs(

 testerror:=array(1..75);
for k from 2 by 2 to 50 do
testerror[k]:=data[RK3][k][2];
if testerror[k]<=0.0001 then break; end if; end do;

Hi! PLEASE HELP ME.. I try to give a new name in my proc where it stops at the initial condition, ic. Somehow it gave me an output like

>Orbit:=proc(Map,ic,Nit)
local orbit,z,t:
orbit:=array(0..Nit);
z:=ic:
orbit[0]:=z;
for t to Nit (while z<>ic) ot t=1 do
orbit[t]:=z;
z:=Map(z):
orbit[t]:=z:od;
return[seq(orbit[t],t=0..Nit)];
end;

>Orbit (F,[1,0],20);
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##I want to eliminate the orbit13 and so on. I tried to give a new name where for example per:=array(0..t). I want it stops at t and do not go until Nit. Can you help me?

stop, please stop, STOP...

October 19 2013 awass 171

I have asked this question before (2008) but no one answered. I just repeated my error and am still flummoxedflummoxed.

In early versions of Maple (Maple 1 Maple 3) one could halt a computation on the Mac by holding down the command key and the period; Maple would respond quickly. Now one can try that or click on the red hand in the tool bar and interrupt the computation but it doen not necessarily stop.

I inserted a print command in a procedure so that I culd...

Hello all.

            I want to execute a particular section of my legthy code, after certain lines I want that let Maple not execute further. It could be a possibility that after those ceratin line I may execute my code further. I dont want to comment those lines as some later stage I may use them again. Is there any command which can fulfill my purpose.

Many thanks in advance.

 

An intersection in my neighbourhood, currently controlled by a 2-way stop, is under consideration to become a 4-way stop.  This means the traffic that currently has the right-of-way will be required to come to a complete stop, wheras previously they could have coasted down the hill, and accelerated up the other side.   Politics aside, I was curious to explore the following question:

Stop ordering posts by votes! ... For two reasons.

1 - Someone who comes up with the idea first should be ordered as such.

2 - Conversations can get mixed up

**edit change** I have changed the title from Stop ordering posts by votes to Mapleprimes wish list. 

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