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Topic: syms in mupad window
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Re: syms in mupad window
Posted: Jun 4, 2010 8:42 PM
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HI everyone,
Thanks for the replies. I was able to define the function. I
just started with mupad, and hence the confusions.

Moving forward, can i differentiate this function now, as i would for
defined using the -> construct?

On Jun 3, 2:05 pm, "Steven Lord" <> wrote:
> "sid" <> wrote in message

> >I have recently installed the new matlab withmupad[
> > (R2010a)] . I wanted to define
> > a function p(r,t), so i executed r = sym('r') in themupadcommand
> > window. I tried various variations
> > of the same command, but i get Error: ')' expected [line 1, col 10]
> > all the time. In the help window,
> > i am not able to find this function. What am i doing wrong?

> Check the output of the VER function to make sure you have Symbolic Math
> Toolbox installed.
> If that output does indicate you have this toolbox installed, make sure that
> the following command does NOT show a file in the ja subdirectory as the
> first entry.

> If it does, remove any instances of any ja subdirectories from your MATLAB
> path using PATHTOOL.  Files in the ja subdirectories contain Japanese
> language help text and are NOT intended to be executed.
> If that too doesn't resolve the issue post the output of the above command
> along with the full text (including the calling stack) for the error you
> received, the output of the COMPUTER function, and the first line of the
> first file listed in the output of the WHICH command above.
> --
> Steve Lord
> comp.soft-sys.matlab (CSSM) FAQ:
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