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Using Mathics and reusing its computed results

asked 2023-05-08 12:47:17 +0100

Cyrille gravatar image

As I am curious and a former Mathematica user, I have installed mathics on my computer then I have tried the following simple code

from sage.interfaces.mathics import mathics
sys = mathics('{x^2 - 3y == 3, 2x - y == 1}')
print(sys)

which works as expected (show() is not available for displaying the result since it returns the LaTeX code). Then I use

sys1=sys.Sage()

to convert sys to sageMath. Calling it I have

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But from there I have not found the way to extract the values of $x$ to reuse it in SageMath. Has some one a possible solution?

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answered 2023-05-08 18:19:53 +0100

Max Alekseyev gravatar image

I don't have access to mathics but my guess is that you need to define variables x and y in Sage first and then translate mathics' variables into those in Sage - like:

x, y = var('x y')
sys._sage_(locals={'x':x, 'y':y})
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