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2011-11-11 20:05:15 +0200 | marked best answer | How to make special functions/orthogonal polynomials as callable symbolic expression.
If you enter in maxima but if you only intend to evaluate your function later, and not use symbolic manipulations (such as BTW, this is the code of so you see that instead you will just get a string saying |

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2011-11-06 03:18:21 +0200 | asked a question | How to make special functions/orthogonal polynomials as callable symbolic expression. Hello, I'd like to make some special functions/orthogonal polynomials as callable symbolic expression. However, those functions always remind me the argument is not an integer. , and Even if I tried the "domain" keyword, there's still the same problem: How do I reassure those functions that I will give integers to n later in each calculation? |

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