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thanks for your suggestion! As acer predicted above, i meant i have a sum of terms and want to pick out ones that contain some "variable", which may or may not be a function (of 't' in my case).

thanks for your suggestion! As acer predicted above, i meant i have a sum of terms and want to pick out ones that contain some "variable", which may or may not be a function (of 't' in my case).

... for the explanation.

... for the explanation.

I just want to say thanks to acer for writing this up - (as usual) a very useful explanation for all!

I just want to say thanks to acer for writing this up - (as usual) a very useful explanation for all!

Thansk for commenting.

There is no classic inteface on my platform (linux 64bit)


Editing a document or a worksheet makes no difference - the scheme does not work in either.

i see! Thanks for taking the time to explain. 

It might be useful to at some stage include this behavior as a "gotcha" in the 'subs' (or 'assume') help page - just a trivial example would probably be helpful. 

i see! Thanks for taking the time to explain. 

It might be useful to at some stage include this behavior as a "gotcha" in the 'subs' (or 'assume') help page - just a trivial example would probably be helpful. 

Thanks for your answer - I missed the previous question.

Do you consider this a desirable behavior (the need to set an "inplace" flag if one of the variables has assumptions set)? I would personally prefer the substitution behavior to be the same regardlsess of the assumptions.

Thanks for your answer - I missed the previous question.

Do you consider this a desirable behavior (the need to set an "inplace" flag if one of the variables has assumptions set)? I would personally prefer the substitution behavior to be the same regardlsess of the assumptions.

Thanks for taking a look. I will report it.

Thanks for taking a look. I will report it.

so it looks like perhaps a round off error!? If I increase 'Digits' the problem disappears. I am still puzzled however how 'pointplot' shows the right plot', where as 'plot' does not.

works - thanks a lot.

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