2021-04-06 13:07:57 +0200 | edited question | Cython / Sage: how to use Static Typing (cdef)? Cython / Sage: how to use Static Typing (cdef)? I'm looking at Sage developer guide for Cython: https://doc.sagemath.org |

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2021-03-20 21:57:41 +0200 | edited question | Human-readable form of operator() of an expression? Human-readable form of operator() of an expression? Consider the code below sage: x,y=var('x y') |

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