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@Carl Love 

Yes, map is interesting.  As you state, the transformation may alter the mathematics.

map(`/`,e,-2);   does not switch between < and > in the solution.  You have a new formula and that may be what you need.

-1/2*e;   works in Maple to make the switch.

@vv 

Thanks for the observation.  If you were to multiply by -1, then < must switch to >.

@Joe Riel 

Very interesting with the negative integers.

Yes, it is much easier to create the string elsewhere and paste it into the Maple interface.

Thanks,

Lee

Thanks, Joe.

The StringTools[Ord] help topic says that StringTools treats all strings as sequences of 8-bit ASCII characters.  So é requires two bytes which were incorrectly entered as two octal numbers, 303 & 251.

I do not know how to enter é into the Maple interface.

Lee

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