If one can create a list of zeros, type = list, one can get a sym_vector by "symbolic_expression()". But how to create a list of zeros?

or can we use "zeros_vector()"?

1 | initial version |

If one can create a list of zeros, type = list, one can get a sym_vector by "symbolic_expression()". But how to create a list of zeros?

or can we use "zeros_vector()"?

2 | No.2 Revision |

~~If ~~one ~~can create a list ~~way:
sage: symbolic_expression(list(zero_vector(k))) # k, dim. of ~~zeros, type = list, one can get a sym_vector by "symbolic_expression()". But how to create a list of zeros?~~vector

~~or can we use "zeros_vector()"?~~but too long...

3 | No.3 Revision |

one way: sage: symbolic_expression(list(zero_vector(k))) # k, dim. of vector

~~but ~~***but it is ****too long...long!! ***

4 | No.4 Revision |

one way:
sage: symbolic_expression(list(zero_vector(k))) # k, dim. of ~~vector~~vector,

k is some fixed integer, e.g. k = 10, many thanks to @tmonteil

***but it is too long!! ***

5 | No.5 Revision |

one way:

`sage: symbolic_expression(list(zero_vector(k))) # k, dim. of `~~vector, ~~vector

k is some fixed integer, e.g. k = 10, many thanks to @tmonteil

***but it is too long!! ***

6 | No.6 Revision |

one way:

```
sage: symbolic_expression(list(zero_vector(k)))
# k, dim. of
```~~vector
~~

vector, k is some fixed integer, e.g. k = ~~10, ~~10,

many thanks to @tmonteil

***but it is too long!! ***

7 | No.7 Revision |

one way:

```
sage: symbolic_expression(list(zero_vector(k)))
# k, dim. of vector, k is some fixed integer, e.g. k = 10,
```

many thanks to @tmonteil

~~*but ~~**but ****it is too long!! *long!!**

8 | No.8 Revision |

one way:

```
sage: symbolic_expression(list(zero_vector(k)))
# k, dim. of vector, k is some fixed integer, e.g. k =
```~~10,
~~

10, # many thanks to ~~@tmonteil~~

**but it is too long!!**

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