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2016-02-22 03:56:18 -0600 | commented answer | matrix over TropicalSemiring Is there anything I could do about it? Like deriving a class from matrix and overloading the contructor? I'm new to Sage, so I have no idea how easy or hard that is. |

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2016-02-19 15:11:41 -0600 | asked a question | matrix over TropicalSemiring I try to build a matrix with entries from TropicalSemiring, but I get an error. This was done on SageMathCell: and yields: If instead I use this syntax: I get a different error: How can I do it correctly? |

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