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Magma object from magma.eval()?

asked 2011-06-23 15:13:33 +0200

Cody gravatar image

How can I get a Magma object to use inside of Sage from something created in Magma through magma.eval()? Is this possible?

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answered 2011-06-23 17:40:14 +0200

Mike Hansen gravatar image

Suppose you created a polynomial in Magma with the following command:

 sage: magma.eval('R<x> := PolynomialRing(RationalField()); f := (x-17/2)^3;')

Then, you can get a Sage version of that object like this:

 sage: magma('f').sage()

The magma('f') part creates an object (MagmaElement) in Sage which is basically a pointer to the variable f in the Magma session. (You can actually use this perform calls on this objects which will translate to Magma commands. For example, magma('f').Factorization() is basically same as doing magma.eval('result := Factorization(f);') and returning magma('result').) The sage() method will convert a MagmaElement to the corresponding Sage object if possible.

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