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calculate an integral within a program - ThomasA - 07-19-2014 01:22 PM
Hi, I am working on a little program in optics. One step is to evaluate an integral numerically and so I enthusiastically incorporated the int-command: e.g. (simplified example, the real one is the representation of a Bessel function as an integral) c := int(X^2,X,a,b); I got an error message when compiling the code. What is the reason for this 'result'? Is it impossible to use higher commands like 'int' within a program (maybe because it is a CAS-command)? Thomas RE: calculate an integral within a program - Helge Gabert - 07-19-2014 04:50 PM
Write your program as a CAS program - - it'll work just fine (with x, not X). That might be the least amount of hassle. e.g., (a,b)->BEGIN int(x^2,x,a,b); END; There a lots of older threads about this topic. [edit: you can also run your CAS program from Home]. RE: calculate an integral within a program - gsalazar - 07-19-2014 08:46 PM
(07-19-2014 01:22 PM)ThomasA Wrote: Hi, If using int() doesn't work for you, try doing CAS.int(). I have had the same problem as you before, and that fixed it for me. |