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When I open my file I got an error message says "there were problems during loading process"

and some of my text are missing.

Maple Worksheet - Error

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Can anyone help me,please

how to access the variable which is currently running in another worksheet

to use for loop to read the Table

when worksheet is evaluating for a very long time, 

expect to read the value Table T in anther worksheet

 

worksheet1

for i from 1 to nops(polylistresult) do

if i < j then
for j from 1 to nops(polylistresult) do
for k from 1 to nops(polylistresult) do

if j < k then

with(Groebner):
F := [polylistresult[i], polylistresult[j], polylistresult[k]];
h := function1(F, {x, y, z}, s);
T[h] := [op(T[h]), F];

end if:
od:

end if:
od:
od:

worksheet2 :

for i in indices(T) do
oo:=i[1];
od:

Attached is my sheet.

On my system if just execute the whole worksheet maple return the last statement's integral un evaluated, however at this point if re-execute the statements from the definition of L2, it looks that maple has evaluated the last statement's integral.

 

What am I missing here, any help?

Regards!!

Strange_beh.mw

Hi there

I'm working with maple 13 (2d input) and I would like to hide the input in a worksheet, as follows:

view > show/hide contents > (unchecking) input

however i want to insert comments as text that will remain in my worksheet. Using '#' doesn't help, coz they get hidden too.

Couldn't sort out how to do this, any tips?

cheers

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My problem is i am working with a very large randomly generated output, generated using maple's builtin in random generating functions. I have the output which i want to investigate but i want to be able to reproduce this result when i save and close the worksheet. Since the list of generators is very long copy pasting is not very nice and i donot know the seed of these generaters. I want to ask if i can store the values in variable in the worksheet so that when i open the worksheet i can get the same random generates stored in the variable.

Using maple 16. When I run a worksheet it adds in extra rows of the red >s. The attached example was run 3 times. How do I stop this happening?

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solve(y+4 = 0)

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Maple crashed while saving and now there is nothing in my file. Lost a bunch of work, any way to fix it?

Thanks
EquationSheet357.mw

Using worksheet mode. It is a strugle to add a new paragraph on its own group so I can document some code.

I open new worksheet, and type a Maple command. say

x:=10; and hit return.

Now the screen looks like

------
|>x:=10;
|                        x:=10
----
|>     curser is here now    (1)

Now I want to make new paragraph, on its own group, before I type new command. (I need it on its own group, to fix another Maple latex export issue) i..e I want it to look like

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|>x:=10;
|                        x:=10
----
|   this is pargraph I wanted to create
-----
|>     curser is here now    (2)

However, this is not possible using one command.  when in (1) above, if I tell Maple to insert paragraph->Before cursor, it does this:

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|>x:=10;
|                        x:=10
----
|  it created a paragraph- here, but this is still in the same group as (1) below
|>     curser is here now    (1)

Only way I found to do it is this: create an execution group before the cursor. Then go back to that execution group. Then do insert paragraph->Before cursor, then delete the execution group just created, leaving the paragraph on its own group:

Step 1

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|>x:=10;
|                        x:=10
----
|> create this as execution group
----
|>

Step 2

------
|>x:=10;
|                        x:=10
----
|   create paragraph here
|>
----
|>

step 3, delete the execution group, leaving the paragraph

------
|>x:=10;
|                        x:=10
----
|   leaving paragraph on its own here
----
|>

there got to be a simpler way? I am using Maple 18 on windows 7. (64 bit)

 

My attempt to export array data using the Browse>Export option when looking at the data fails to work as needed.

The exported data always start in cell A1 of the Excel worksheet even a different starting cell is entered into the Matrix Browser export window.

In summary, my experience is that the Matrix Browser matrix export in Maple 16 and Maple 17 ignores the information about the intended starting destination cell in the Excel file.

Does anyone find that the Matrix Browser exports to a starting Microsoft Excel cell other than A1? 

This exporting with Matrix Browser worked find in Maple 15.  It has been broken in Maple 16 and 17, including Maple 17.02.

Thanks.

 

Sorry for a basic question, but I am not able to find a setting for this, and I am stil newbie in using Maple UI.

A simple problem. When I copy some Maple code from the net, such as a proc() posted here or else where, then paste the code right into my open worksheet, then each line will show up with ">" at the left.

Is there a way to remove these ">" other than the way I do it now, which is manual process.

Having a ">" at start of each line does not seem to affect anything. The proc() gets defined fine, and I can call it. But normally when I write a proc(), there is no ">" to the left of each line, since those come only when hitting a RETURN. And that is what confuses me.

But what I am looking for, is a way to select some lines, and tell Maple to remove all the ">". Here is a screen shot of some code I just pasted to the worksheet:

 

 

I am not able to find way to do this very basic and common operation.

I use worksheet mode, and many times I'd like to split/divide a large execution group I've build of some code to 2 execution groups at some place. i.e. I'd like to point my mouse at a line and say divide here. Here is an example:

I see only the options Insert->Execution group-> After Cursor or Before cursor. Both of which do not do what I want. I want to divide it at that point.  So what I end up doing is to make a new execution group manually (using the Insert command), then go back and cut and paste the code I want in the new group.

I hope there is an option to do this. I do these sorts of things all the time when using Mathematica, which has Divide cell, Merge cells and other options. A cell in Mathematica is similar to execution group in Maple. Are there other options to maniuplate execution groups other insert before/after cursor that I might have missed? I am using 17.02 on windows 7.

Please note, I only use worksheet mode.

 

 

I am using Maple 13, I am working on Optimtimization package (worksheet mode) in command-line 

LPSolve(-x-y, {y <= -5*x+2, y <= 3*x+1/2}, assume = nonnegative)

 

 

I have equations in microsoft word file and I have to copy the...

I have a previous post on this, but the discussion completely missed the situation I was presenting.

The big problem is: The (vertical) writing cursor often does not move on the visible worksheet when a new location is clicked with the mouse or the arrow keys are used, and moving with the arrow keys often leaves a trail of writing cursors along the line between exisiting symbols. Luckily, Maple internally seems to know the correct (intended) location of the...

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