From a previous thread, out of curiosity, I tried to find _EnvMaxCosetsToddCoxeter. I could not do it using the built in help. Now if I type ?group,pres, I can get to the help page for that item, and there it mentions _EnvMaxCosetsToddCoxeter and if need be, this value can be increased, using standard assignment operators. O.K. But where is a document that has the complete list of environment variables that can be changed and the details associated with each of those environment variables.&nb
What is the best way to include Maple output in this forum. What are the steps necessary. I use to copy the output from my worksheet and paste it as Maple code, and it would work. I have not been able to do this any more. I am missing something. Is the format Filtered HTML or Worksheet HTML?
Greetings. I have a question regarding the use of the Matrix Browser. I was experimenting with the Transpose function, trying to mimic the Matlab linear algebraic transpose. For a row Vector A, defined as:
A=[0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ...] in Matlab
A' will give me a column vector.
In Maple, ver. 11.02, using the Classic interface:
A := RTABLE(150962204,VECTOR([0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]),Vector[row])
RTABLE(151848540,MATRIX([, , , , , , , ]),Vector[column])
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Greetings. As mentioned in earlier posts, I often find the answer given to a question regarding the use of the 'sum' command as: don't use 'sum', use 'add', and all will be fine. I agree, and I use the add command for adding numbers together. But, if all I am doing is adding numbers together, from a sequence and nothing else, why not use the 'sum' command. It seems to be orders of magnitude faster than the 'add' command if there are a large number of numbers(I have no metric for what large is as far as numbers go). As an example, I execute the code below and look at the results.