I have a complicated tensor expression that is defined wtih all indices down. However if i consider a one-up-one-down configuration it appears to introduce new terms that no longer produce the same result as the all down configuration. Not sure what to make of this.

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I keep getting an error: invalid subscript selector on specifically this part of my code:

MuligIndgange := subsop(RemoveList\[i\]=NULL, MuligIndgange).

Whenever I comment out the MuligIndgange := part it works.

I can't for the life of me see why it's happening, and whenever I use this code outside my proc it works aswell.

Any help is appreciated, and if you need more context I'll be happy to give it.

for i to numelems(MuligIndgange) do

if M1[MuligIndgange[i][1], MuligIndgange[i][2]] =/= 0 then

RemoveList := [op(RemoveList), i];

end if;

end do;

for i from numelems(RemoveList) by -1 to 1 do

MuligIndgange := subsop(RemoveList[i] = NULL, MuligIndgange);

end do;

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