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2014-01-16 07:04:02 -0500 | asked a question | Define a differential form recursively I have the following code: It's supposed to define a differential form whose (j,k)th member is j+k, but this code just returns the 0 differential form. I've tried many variations using for, while, etc., but none seem to work. I suspect it's because a differential form is stored as a dictionary, but since I'm a beginner in Sage, I have no idea what to do. Any help is appreciated. |

2014-01-15 13:34:01 -0500 | answered a question | Define differential form in n variables Ok, I fixed it with the following code: |

2014-01-15 13:17:56 -0500 | commented question | Define differential form in n variables Unfortunately, no. Usually, without the for, w[i,2] works. For example if I just put w[1,2]=3 then it defines the form dx1/\dx2 to be 3. I don't know why it won't let me use for. |

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2014-01-15 11:28:42 -0500 | asked a question | Define differential form in n variables I'd like to define a differential form in n variables (where n is defined beforehand, and I'd like for it to be able to be arbitrarily big. For this reason I'd like to write a code for general n). My first idea is to write something of the sort: The value w[i,2]=3 is obviously arbitrary. I don't know why the code doesn't work, it says that there's a syntax error with w[i,2]=3. |

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