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I've compiled a program with Maple 18. unfortunately it gives me the message "Large sortie de plus de 1000000 noeuds". If any one have any idea to resolve this problem. Thanks you very mutch for your support. 

Is there a way to specify different colors for different output variables? For example, if x,y, and z appear in the entire document as variables, I want x to be red, y to be blue, and z to be green whenever an output is displayed.


how can I print my equation or configure maple so that they don't try to autofit themselves in the window? and what would the best way to export them to MATLAB be? I know there's the codegeneration command.


For example, I noticed that the output of some commands like StateSpace prints the equations in a way that if they are too long, they won't try tu fit, but rather it lets you scroll to the right:


Please is it possible to increase the 1000000 limit of output? I tried doing some computation in form of power series for S10 but I got the message "1000000 limit of output exceeced". How can I resolve this?

I basically want to make a Maple procedure that does certain calculations and writes the explanation for each calculation. I do however want Maple to write these explanations as a text field like in a normal Maple worksheet, instead of the blue output in the middle. Is this possible? Or is there any alternative ideas you have that I could try? Would really appreciate any kind of help, thanks.

For some strange reason my matrices are shown in a very bizarre format (see imgur link). All I want is to simply see the 6x6 matrix with the numerical values - any help would be greatly appreciated.

Sorry if this question is trivial, but my search for an answer was not a success.

I get diagnostics [Length of output exceeds limit of 1000000]. This is what is expected, and I expect to get this diagnostics quite often. I know how I can increase the limit (Tools->Options->Precision), but I wonder how I can compute the length of the output using some Maple function, so that I don't need to determine the required limit by the try-and-error method each time or keep the limit very high and get output that I don't need (I know how to switch off output of an operator completely).

Thank you

ifactor(8650368) produces

                                                        2503  *  2^7 * 3^3


how can I produce the output with factors in order from small to large and printed f rom left


2^7 * 3^3 * 2503


what would i write if i wanted to display the full list of variables that be specified by calling kernelopts? like as output in the interface, i naively attempted ops(kernelopts)  which didnt work of course.

Some years ago a postdoc working with me insisted to use Maple, since he was used to it. He left me some *.mws files with some calculations we had published together. I'd like to re-use the code now, preferably transposed to C or another programming language (there is not much use of Computer algebra in the code). Unfortunately it appears not so easy. I found the free Maple reader, and at least can now see the code. However, I did not find a way to copy-paste code from the Maple reader to a text file, or any other way to store the code in readable format (avoiding the Maple reader). I try to store the code by printing from the Maple reader with a kind of pdf writer, and a process started which kept my Laptop busy for more than an hour now without any output.

At the moment it looks like the two years of Postdoc work is lost, thanks to Maple and its strange restriction policy.

Can somebody let me know how to save the Maple input code of a *.mws file in a text file?



I have Maple output that extends page width. I can of course see the entire output when I scroll to the right. But since I want to make a screenshot of the output, I need to have the output on one page. Is there a possibility to have the output printed on one page, not extending page width?

Any comments would be greatly appreciated!


I apologize, as I'm still very new. I've flipped through a lot of pages, but I'm unsure of how Maple code translates to Maple TA.


I have randomly assigned an integer for the value of a year in Maple TA. I'd like it to appear as "2013" for example, but it will instead appear as "2,013". Is there a way to set the output formatting of a variable individually within a problem in TA?



I have this out put, let me put it simply as a  single variable(call it A) having multiple outputs such that when i print(A) I get         a
How do i put all the values in a single list to get [a,b,c,d]?

This is what I did: aa:=[]: for i in A do aa:=[op(aa),i]:od:
The output is [a]

How do I get [a,b,c,d] without doing a lot of op???


HI all,


I have 

> sol2 := dsolve({odesys, H(0) = 4995, R(0) = 65000, W(0) = 102000, l(0) = 96000}, numeric, method = rosenbrock);
print(`output redirected...`); 
proc(x_rosenbrock) ... end;


I want to have a list of my solutions, t, H(t), R(t), W(t), l(t) that I can put into a spreadsheet (.csv, .txt, etc.), for 600 timesteps. 


There are some answers out there, but I am confused by them, and have not been able to make it work.




Suppose I type certain math expression like as follow:




But when I enter this expression, Maple gives totally different look to this expression, can I force Maple to print similar looking expression as I typed in command line ? I mean without change of  position of intermediates and coefficients.



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