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Hello everyone,


I'm having some trouble overlaying a set of complex plots. I follow the usual procedure 'display(p0,p1)' I only get p1...


If i try with plots the display command works fine, here's the piece of code I'm trying to get working (r is defined elswhere as function of x and phi):

i := 0;

p := Array(0 .. 10);

for x from 0 by .2 to 2

do p[i] := complexplot(r, phi = -(1/2)*Pi .. (1/2)*Pi);

i := i+1

end do;

display(p[1], p[10]);


Any hints?




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I have been trying to convert a small script (Maple 15) to latex but ran into a strange problem. Literal subscripts don't seem to work.

When I have, for example " f_a " latex will generate a pdf, as expected, with " fa ". However, if I have " f(ctrl+shift+_)a " I get "  ‘#msub(mi("f"),mi("a"))‘ ".


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