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## Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave

**From**: |
Torsten |

**Subject**: |
Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave |

**Date**: |
Sun, 13 Jan 2019 15:56:56 +0100 |

On 13.01.19 14:02, insafba wrote:
>* Hello there,*
>* I calculated a long function using Maxima software, and I want to copy it to*
>* Octave so I can use it properly. How should I do it? I'll appreciate any*
>* help you could provide me*
>* Thank you so much*
>* *
You can try to apply the maxima functions "string()" or "fortran()" to
your results in order to get expresions that are almost matlab/octave
compatible.
Torsten

**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *(continued)*
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *insafba*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *Doug Stewart*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *insafba*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *Doug Stewart*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *insafba*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *W. Robert J. Funnell, Prof.*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *Doug Stewart*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *insafba*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *Nicholas Jankowski*, `2019/01/13`

**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**, *Doug Stewart*, `2019/01/13`
**Re: transferring an equation from maxima to octave**,
*Torsten* **<=**