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Hello people in mapleprimes,

I think that I found a bug.

Using the screen opened with command + f, I tried to find a v__1211 in the file I appended here.

But, when the cursor is trapped on an output part, which is a blue part, maple wouldn't continue to find the next

v__1211 anymore even if I clicked the Find Next on the screen.

If I move the cursol one line below with a hand, the Find Next butttons works again, but it is intricate.

Isn't there any good way to avoid this trouble other than not using double _, that is __.?

I hope you will give me some hint.


P.S. I clicked the above link and opened that file with maple. Then, the notification telling that this is read-only file and

you cannot save this file after some modification, appeared. I don't know whether there is any problem. 

Does appending a maple file on a post on this mapleprimes always done in such a way? 

Hi everybody,


I would like to understand why the instruction

seq(X__k, k=1..2)


Xk, Xk

and not X1, X2 ?

Is it possible to force the evaluation of X__k each time k changes in the "seq" loop ?


Thank you for your explanations

Is it possible to subscript within a plot?

for example I have

this in principle is what I want but, the N is cursive while is O is not (and it's a bit shifted to the right, not right next to the [2] !???

Also I didnt find the meanings of mi(),mn(),mo(),mfenced()... in the help documentation which I stumbled across while googling.

for example in this case:


what do I need them for since without the mi it doesnt work?!

Is it possible to use latex notation within the plot options for more convenience?

BTW: When plotting a .ps or .eps the plotting device takes over all the features (like the examples above) but when using png instead it just prints the code behind it ( for example the `#mover(mi("x"),mi("~"))` ) and not would it should lead to



I am unable to use subs() command when using subscript : I'd like to replace YP__1 with dGx in the equation :

"Eq:= YP__1 = Y__2" (Eq:= YP1=Y2)


 so I have tried : subs({YP__1=dGx},Eq)


But it doesn't work... It give me : YP__1 = Y__2 and I would like to have dGx = Y__2


I have tried also with subs({YP[1]=dGx},Eq) but doesn't work too.


If I am not using subscript, for exemple : Eq:= YP1 = Y2


And do : subs({YP1=dGx},Eq)


That works great...


But I must use subscript __ because Eq is a result from ODEtools (convertsys).


Can you help me please ?


Thanks you very much.




I have a subscripts error, or it seems to be an error.

As you can see on the picture, then I have defined the varible I__K, but when I need it again I get another result or It seems to be another result that looks like this I[K]. I use the esc buttom to recall the varible.

Are there anybody that has a solution to this? I have been looking at other treads, but there seems not to be a solution that works or maybe I'm looking the wrong places.





How can I quickly  convert a maple file ful of equations into MathML in Word, nt losing the upper and lower index structure - basically to be able to count each letter in MS Word 2013?

When I tried via Latex or MathML, I have lost the letter structure and got the conversion as an image.


Often, I'd like to use variable names that look like expressions. Is there a way to convert them to some form of inert form or as some sort of literal (so that they are not a mathematical expression) ?

Such as,


Can't type it here, but I wanted 'a' subscript 1 superscript (2). I'd like it to not be a1 squared.

Basically, I'd like the subscripts and superscript to not mean anything mathematically . . . And, I use a1^(3), a1^(1), a2^(1), a2^(2), a2^(3), b2^(3), etc.


Thanks, for any suggests.


Cheers !!

Hello everybody,


can somebody tell me how to use subscripts in textmode? 


Thanks for your help!



we always have subscript variable in the math book, but how could this be natral done in maple

I want to get a seq aaa3


but how could I get a  aij



seq(a[ij],i=1..3);  both was not right

Not sure if this is the right place to ask this (if not, where is?)

Suppose I ask a question and get an aswer with a variable such as F=_X+5_X^2+7 and want to sort it so as to get 


If I try sort(F,_X) it will read the underscore as starting a subscript... I can just highlight copy and paste an _X from the previous answer, but that is silly.

Dear Maple Users

I am mainly in favor of the new rules concerning subscripts. Using Ctrl+-- (double underscore) it is pretty straight forward to get a literal subscript and it displays much better in the palette Variables than was the case i Maple 16. Also the purple coloring of a variable containing a literal subscript makes sense, because it can be distinguished from the usual subscript (now Ctrl+shift+-). Good that you can remove the coloring in the View Menu (Atomic Variables...



 SEE ATTACHMENT.. Cannot find how to fix this error. Thanks!


Error, Got internal error in Typesetting:-Parse : "invalid subscript selector"



When i use the pronumeral thetac (using greek characters) I initially get numeric data reported, but later in the script i get the pronemeral literally repeated (as though there is no value defined for this pronumeral).

This does not happen for thetahs (using greek characters), where I always get numeric results (through the entire script).

See the following script:

I re-wrote the...

To begin with, there may be some confusion about units, because in Maple units are an organizational tool and a dimension specifier.

I am trying to prepare a document using 2D. I am not experienced, but am using Help, Maple on the web, &c., extensively to come up to speed. I wanted to get rid of units expressed in [[]] because I am not used to seeing them.

I am

1. I'd like to subscript ESCS below, but cannot unless I use (z)
2. It would be nice to use "natural units" for ESCS(z)
3. It would be nice to remove nT outside the vector in BavgSCS
4. It would be nice to combine the units in EBPP
5. In B:=norm(), the |nT| causes future problems

For each result, I'd like to set the tolerance for zero to some value so that I don't get -0.0. For example, I might choose 10^-5 to be zero for one result and 10^-12 for another.

These notes are also in the attached

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