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symbolic pkg help for formula

Doug Stewart-4

Function File: g formula (f)
should that be this?
Function File: g = formula (f)
Doug

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Re: symbolic pkg help for formula

Colin Macdonald-2
On 03/01/16 07:09, Doug Stewart wrote:
> Function File: g formula (f)should that be this?Function File: g = formula (
> f)Doug

Thanks! I've fixed this. Also fixed the "degree has helptext from
numden" and other typos you mentioned.

https://github.com/cbm755/octsympy/commit/1086434e40f0be45094ad6f60fc6560fa803f8e5

By the way, I'm very happy to accept pull requests or patches for these
sorts of things if you'd like to go ahead and fix these sorts of things
as you find them.

thanks,
Colin


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Re: symbolic pkg help for formula

Doug Stewart-4


On Sun, Jan 3, 2016 at 1:12 PM, Colin Macdonald <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 03/01/16 07:09, Doug Stewart wrote:
> Function File: g formula (f)should that be this?Function File: g = formula (
> f)Doug

Thanks! I've fixed this. Also fixed the "degree has helptext from
numden" and other typos you mentioned.

https://github.com/cbm755/octsympy/commit/1086434e40f0be45094ad6f60fc6560fa803f8e5

By the way, I'm very happy to accept pull requests or patches for these
sorts of things if you'd like to go ahead and fix these sorts of things
as you find them.

thanks,
Colin



did you fix this one also.
Function File: nd = numden (x)

Extract numerator and demoninator of symbolic expression.



demoninator to denominator



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Re: symbolic pkg help for formula

Colin Macdonald-2
On 03/01/16 11:38, Doug Stewart wrote:
> did you fix this one also.
> Function File: *n, d =* *numden* *(x)*
>
> Extract numerator and demoninator of symbolic expression.
>
>
> demoninator to denominator

Yes, got that, thanks.