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20180106 11:16:35 0500  answered a question  Using Singular's solve.lib Looking in Again, the elements are still Singular objects, but one (perhaps rudimentary) way to convert them is Perhaps more robust than Note that 
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20180105 21:35:56 0500  asked a question  Using Singular's solve.lib I am trying to use Singular's at which point the result is stored in a list Alternatively, I tried to use But then Any help in either direction would be greatly appreciated. 
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20170702 09:44:02 0500  asked a question  Loading a module causes the __name__ == '__main__' block to execute I have a module that can also be run from the command line: When I try to load it in Sage, the main block is executed: The bigger problem is that the main block parses command line arguments and Sage aborts the load with an error because it didn't receive any command line arguments. Is there any way to handle this? I can preparse 
20170627 11:57:59 0500  commented question  Accessing GAP's in function through the C Interface Edited to clarify that I wanted to call this from Sage. 
20170212 19:12:31 0500  asked a question  Is there a way to relabel the domain of a permutation group? Suppose I have a permutation group on the domain {1,2,3,4,5}, but instead I wanted this permutation group to be on the domain {a,b,c,d,e}. Is there a way to achieve this? Hopefully something like the 
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20160725 11:49:42 0500  asked a question  Faster function for working with cosets I would like to get the cosets of a nonnormal subgroup and in the documentation for the PermutationGroup_generic.cosets there is a Note: that says
but doesn't mention what these functions are. I was hoping that someone could point me to these functions. If it makes a difference, I want to iterate over a set of coset representatives and it will all be done in a permutation group. 