SandorSzabo

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Thanks.
Now keyword is ok.
Expressions cause problems. (You didn't give any reference.)
What should I type if I want  vector, matrix, integral, etc.?



Here there is a comma after the vector.  If I omit it, I obtain an error message.

Error, (in rtable/Product) invalid input: LinearAlgebra:-LA_Main:-Multiply expects its 1st argument, MV1, to be of type {Matrix, Vector, scalar}, but received is
What's the solution in this case?

Thanks.
Now keyword is ok.
Expressions cause problems. (You didn't give any reference.)
What should I type if I want  vector, matrix, integral, etc.?



Here there is a comma after the vector.  If I omit it, I obtain an error message.

Error, (in rtable/Product) invalid input: LinearAlgebra:-LA_Main:-Multiply expects its 1st argument, MV1, to be of type {Matrix, Vector, scalar}, but received is
What's the solution in this case?

Thanks. The Map is inplace, the thing that I tend to forget. The usual map is not.

Thanks. The Map is inplace, the thing that I tend to forget. The usual map is not.

@Markiyan Hirnyk 

I tried

LinearAlgebra:-Map( mtaylor, B, [x=1,y=1], 3 ) ;

and everything is right. 



@Markiyan Hirnyk 

I tried

LinearAlgebra:-Map( mtaylor, B, [x=1,y=1], 3 ) ;

and everything is right. 



Nice solution.
Thanks.

Nice solution.
Thanks.

Thanks for your clear explanation and attachment. It works well.

Thanks for your clear explanation and attachment. It works well.

Thanks for your links.
Earlier I investigated Typesetting in the Maple's Help but I couldn't guess the solution.
Atomic Identifier is new for me, but unfortunately I have no any idea.

 

Maple can work with composite or colored objects that are to be considered distinct from the components making up the objects or the object without the same color attributes. These objects are called atomic objects.

 

If you want to display a single Maple expression as an atomic object, select the expression, and then in the Format>Convert to menu, select the Atomic Identifier check box.

Nothing happened.
And I do not want to use the menu system, only Maple commands.
It seems to me that "somewhere" in Typesetting has to change "something".  :-)

Thanks for your links.
Earlier I investigated Typesetting in the Maple's Help but I couldn't guess the solution.
Atomic Identifier is new for me, but unfortunately I have no any idea.

 

Maple can work with composite or colored objects that are to be considered distinct from the components making up the objects or the object without the same color attributes. These objects are called atomic objects.

 

If you want to display a single Maple expression as an atomic object, select the expression, and then in the Format>Convert to menu, select the Atomic Identifier check box.

Nothing happened.
And I do not want to use the menu system, only Maple commands.
It seems to me that "somewhere" in Typesetting has to change "something".  :-)

Thanks. For my purposes I prefer the first version.

Sandor

Thanks. For my purposes I prefer the first version.

Sandor

http://www.wiley.com/college/cheung/

Wiley says Document Not Found

Could you check your link? 

Thanks.


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