# Singularity Type

Hello, so in Singular, there is a way to give an affine equation and determine the singularity type. For example, if we just take the standard equation, x^(2)+y^(2)+z^(2), the singularity is an ordinary double point (type A1 if you like). If we take x^(2)+y^(2)+z^(3), this gives an A2 singularity. Is there a function on Sage that gives the singularity type, maybe assuming the singularity is at origin.

So like is there something like f.singularitytype() and then Sage returns like A1 or A2.