CAS Equations Internal Representation For Python
11-03-2022, 02:42 PM (This post was last modified: 11-04-2022 10:37 AM by Ioncubekh.)
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 Ioncubekh Junior Member Posts: 42 Joined: Oct 2022
CAS Equations Internal Representation For Python
I wanted full symbolic equations to be transported from stack to python code so that it can calculate & work with those; however, I found that symbolic expressions have to be modified before being used by python math() library

For instance this code retrieves CAS symbolic equations from a user list & display what it contains internally

Code:
EXPORT strpy() BEGIN PRINT; strPY(a); RETURN TERMINAL(1); END; #PYTHON strPY(a) import sys print(sys.argv[0])

Check CAS settings
Observations for python compatibility & manipulations:
~ CAS changes equations to some approximation? See screenshot
~ If you have alphabets in list [] CAS returns a list encapsulated in {}; if only numbers in list CAS returns []
~ { & } are to be replaced by [ & ] for python list conversions
~ remove extra space after ever ,
~ math operator like LN, SIN, ATAN... are to be made lower case
~ raised to power ^ to be replaced with **
~ there is no LN() in python math() replace it with log()
~ HP's alog10, log10 are converted to e^ & LN notations. Weird, though python has log10
~ sqrt sign √ will certainly be a challenge for python to understand, don't use it
~ Last example very important the minus sign. Hp provides a separate - sign for prefixing negative numerals perhaps it will not play well with python in the result?

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