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Offline FT_PENG  
#1 Posted : 23 December 2021 23:49:19(UTC)

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Hi, I ran into an issue trying to use Solve() function with Maxima plugin.

I installed the last version of plugin (5.45.1)

and even the refence book seems to not work properly:

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although, when I remove the L:= it does solve again.

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how could I resolve this issue?


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Offline Razonar  
#2 Posted : 24 December 2021 04:05:31(UTC)

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Originally Posted by: FT_PENG Go to Quoted Post
how could I resolve this issue?

Hi. Think of Solve's non-evaluation problem as something similar to what you get with Hold in Mathematica or with 'x' in Maple. I do not know if it is a change in the behavior of the plugin that is here to stay, or an unwanted effect due to an update, but what you can do is not define with := and ask in the same line for the symbolic result, but first define L := Solve (...) and then symbolically evaluate L ->


this means, SMath needs another step to proceed to evaluate the expression in Solve.

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#3 Posted : 24 December 2021 15:35:29(UTC)
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From native Smath 6179.

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#4 Posted : 24 December 2021 18:37:06(UTC)

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Originally Posted by: Jean Giraud Go to Quoted Post
From native Smath 6179.

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