## 89 Reputation

14 years, 308 days

## great!...

this works fine. thanks for the answer!

## great!...

this works fine. thanks for the answer!

many thanks.

many thanks.

## same problem...

Hi,

I have the same problem, but I actually didn't understand what you did with the collect command. :-(

Can you please explain, for example I have the following expression and I want to force collect and cancell it like:

a/(a+b) --> 1/(1+b/a)

many thanks.

## same problem...

Hi,

I have the same problem, but I actually didn't understand what you did with the collect command. :-(

Can you please explain, for example I have the following expression and I want to force collect and cancell it like:

a/(a+b) --> 1/(1+b/a)

many thanks.

## Thanks!...

`Thanks very much. You saved many hours of my work with your script. Me I make backups `
`from everything, from that single worksheet I didn't have any, and it happened. I had this `
`problem since 2 days ago, one of my worksheets started to have that problem suddenly. It `
`happened after I upgraded to Maple 16.`
`Now it works again.thank you very very much.`

## Thanks!...

`Thanks very much. You saved many hours of my work with your script. Me I make backups `
`from everything, from that single worksheet I didn't have any, and it happened. I had this `
`problem since 2 days ago, one of my worksheets started to have that problem suddenly. It `
`happened after I upgraded to Maple 16.`
`Now it works again.thank you very very much.`

## Using single quotes...

Thanks. That is a nice method. I just tried something that worked and actually delivered the correct result, but I am not sure if this is ok to use it. If you type:

b:=2;

N['b']:=12;

then these two seem to be unrelated. The question is, what is the relationship between N['b'] and the data structure N?

The other question is, if I have many constants N[1], N[2] and N[3], as long as I am always using them individually, and never use N as a data structure, then all should be fine, regardless of the fact that Maple internally considers them as bundled. right?

## Using single quotes...

Thanks. That is a nice method. I just tried something that worked and actually delivered the correct result, but I am not sure if this is ok to use it. If you type:

b:=2;

N['b']:=12;

then these two seem to be unrelated. The question is, what is the relationship between N['b'] and the data structure N?

The other question is, if I have many constants N[1], N[2] and N[3], as long as I am always using them individually, and never use N as a data structure, then all should be fine, regardless of the fact that Maple internally considers them as bundled. right?

## Looks very nice now. I am going to see i...

Looks very nice now. I am going to see if I can force only the output to be in the table.

Many Thanks.

## Looks very nice now. I am going to see i...

Looks very nice now. I am going to see if I can force only the output to be in the table.

Many Thanks.

## thanks. But what about: execute the ent...

execute the entire worksheet

and

remove output from sheet?

I don't find them.

## thanks. But what about: execute the ent...

execute the entire worksheet

and

remove output from sheet?

I don't find them.

## Looks nice!...

That helped alot already. Now I understand the command "transform". One can even add one polar on the top of the cylinder. like:

display(transform((x,y)->[x,y,0])(coordplot(polar)),transform((x,y)->[x,y,-3])(coordplot(polar)));

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