Hi all! Please excuse me if that's not the right place for discussing this sort of thing.
I recently encountered a behaviour I was not expecting in wxMaxima.
I wrote a simple equation, such as
executing the line gave the same expression as output, with better formatting.
I then proceeded to substitute some variables with their values - in order to do so I copied the output in a new line containing the subst() function, in order to get the line to look like this:
subst[epsilon_su=.01, xi=.18532, deltaprimo=0.09756],
(newline for easier reading).
Notice anything? The parentheses in the denominator have disappeared, leading to a completely wrong result in the end.
I don't think this should be the default behaviour; I think the copied output should retain the same mathematical meaning as the MathML-like display when pasted.
EDIT: I am using wxMaxima 13.04.0 on Mac OS X 10.6.8.
Am I missing anything?
Thank you in advance.
Not sure I understand the question, but ":" or ":=" should be used in the definitions, not "=". This works fine:
subst([epsilon_su=.01, xi=.18532, deltaprimo=0.09756], epsilonprimo_s);
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