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I'm sory but the link webmath.ehponenta.ru dose not work

Yes that right!

Sory for my bad english explaination.

Again i want more specific my question in here

In S = { eq1, eq2, ... eqn }

we can calculate that { x = 1, y = 2, ... } because we have { eq3, eq4, eq5 } in S.

Yes that right!

Sory for my bad english explaination.

Again i want more specific my question in here

In S = { eq1, eq2, ... eqn }

we can calculate that { x = 1, y = 2, ... } because we have { eq3, eq4, eq5 } in S.

May be you mis-understand my question

My problem is

I have a set of equation S
use the solve command the give me another set of equation S'

call solved(S) is the subset of S' = solve(S) where
x in solved(s) x in S' and x in form of symbol = constant

call the S0 in subset of S where
|S0| is minimum and
solved(S) = solved(S0)


The equations give me some solved varibale (not all variable)
And I want to find out which equations give me that conclusion

for example
S = { a + b = 1, c = a + b +1, d = a + c}
S' = solve(S) = { a = -2+d, b = -d+3, c = 2, d = d}
=> solved(S') = { c =2 }

S0 = { a +b = 1, c = a +b +1 }
which also give me
solved(S) = { c =2 }

I don't care a and b are unsolve
I just want to know in the big set S
which part of it give me the conclusion the {c = 2}
May be you mis-understand my question

My problem is

I have a set of equation S
use the solve command the give me another set of equation S'

call solved(S) is the subset of S' = solve(S) where
x in solved(s) x in S' and x in form of symbol = constant

call the S0 in subset of S where
|S0| is minimum and
solved(S) = solved(S0)


The equations give me some solved varibale (not all variable)
And I want to find out which equations give me that conclusion

for example
S = { a + b = 1, c = a + b +1, d = a + c}
S' = solve(S) = { a = -2+d, b = -d+3, c = 2, d = d}
=> solved(S') = { c =2 }

S0 = { a +b = 1, c = a +b +1 }
which also give me
solved(S) = { c =2 }

I don't care a and b are unsolve
I just want to know in the big set S
which part of it give me the conclusion the {c = 2}

Yes, thanks you very much.

There're indeed a line of StringTools:-PatternDictionary.

But  how could you find out it.

Yes, thanks you very much.

There're indeed a line of StringTools:-PatternDictionary.

But  how could you find out it.

@John Lutz 

Ok, thanks. So i have the url and the complied pyc module now. so in maple, how can i call it? how to use the 'my_func' in python and pass it's a value like 3.14? can you give me more specifice command to get it. Thanks a lot.

And sory for my english again :"> 

@John Lutz 

Ok, thanks. So i have the url and the complied pyc module now. so in maple, how can i call it? how to use the 'my_func' in python and pass it's a value like 3.14? can you give me more specifice command to get it. Thanks a lot.

And sory for my english again :"> 

Thanks, but it's something I miss.

[1] I have a 'my_func.py' which content is:

def my_func(x):
    return x * x;

[2] I have a 'complie.py' which content is:

import py_compile
func_file = 'my_func.py'
py_compile.compile(func_file)

[3] and after that i have a file 'my_func.cpython-32.pyc' in the folder '__pycache__'

and I get it's URL using Opera (i like Opera) by this

file://localhost/d:/Document/Desktop/my_func.cpython-32.pyc

and what i should do next to get use of my_func.

Thanks, but it's something I miss.

[1] I have a 'my_func.py' which content is:

def my_func(x):
    return x * x;

[2] I have a 'complie.py' which content is:

import py_compile
func_file = 'my_func.py'
py_compile.compile(func_file)

[3] and after that i have a file 'my_func.cpython-32.pyc' in the folder '__pycache__'

and I get it's URL using Opera (i like Opera) by this

file://localhost/d:/Document/Desktop/my_func.cpython-32.pyc

and what i should do next to get use of my_func.

thanks you, i can not read your language but i think it is useful. again thanks for the enlish index

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