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I'm trying out the 2024 version of Maple and I'm getting the following warning message:

Warning, not a built-in function (`rtable_alias`)

which I didn´t get for the 2023 version. I have no clue where it is coming from since it happens even when I start a new worksheet:



I've also attached print outs of the same worksheets (from Maple help examples and from Maple Portal), one using Maple 2023 version and the other one using Maple 2024 version so youcould see the warning and some other problems.

I really appreciate if someone would have an idea of what is going on here. Thanks very much in advance.






just a simple question: Is it possible to write procedures in Mapleflow, like (this is just a simple example, not what I would like to code!):

add4:=proc(a,b,c,d) a+b+c+d end proc

and, if so, how to do it? I've tried the above code but got the error

"expecting operator"


I was just wondering if there is a init file for the Windows version of Maple, like there is one for the LInux version.

I'm not talking about the Maple.ini file located in the user's Application Data folder. In the Linux version, there is a file, .mapleinit, where you can place all of your initialization setups, like the packages you want to automatically load with the worksheet, defining constants, etc.

If someone has any ideas, I really appreciate it. Thanks very much in advance.


I'm experimenting with some plot functions in Maple and cannot make the animate function to work, even for the help example (attached). It works fine when I insert it here but not in my worksheet.



plots[animate](plot, [A*sin(x), x = 0 .. 10], A = 0 .. 2)




Any ideas?


I like to know if it is possible to use a for loops in MapleFlow. I've tried a couple of times but it didn't work. For example,


for l from 1 to n do

   for c from 1 to n do


   end do

end do



doesn't produce any result for a

Best regards,

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