Michael Somos on Tue, 30 Apr 2002 11:16:29 -0400 (EDT) |
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Re: GP: kronecker() feature |
Thank you for the explanation. I did not notice that sentence before. However, I did notice that a few functions did work on vectors without realizing that this applies in general if both arguments are vectors. A very careful reading of the documentation is indicated. Shalom, Michael On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Bill Allombert wrote: > These functions are by definition functions whose natural domain of > definition is either Z (or Z_{ > 0}), or sometimes polynomials over a > base ring. Functions which concern polynomials exclusively will be > explained in the next section. The way these functions are used is > completely different from transcendental functions: in general only the > types integer and polynomial are accepted as arguments. If a vector or > matrix type is given, the function will be applied on each coefficient > independently. > > Note the last sentence. > > Cheers,