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Re: How to quad("sin(a*sin(x))*sin(x)",0,pi/2)?

From: Vinayak Dutt
Subject: Re: How to quad("sin(a*sin(x))*sin(x)",0,pi/2)?
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 95 07:51:56 CST

# Now I know this won't work as written but I'd like to do something like:
# quad("sin(a*sin(x))*sin(x)",0,pi/2)
# and loop over various values of "a".  How can I do this?
# If I could "define" a function from the command line I could keep
# changing the definition in a loop.  Is this possiable?
# Perhaps a could do some fancy "printf" to a file that defines the function,
# but this seems way convoluted.

why don't you use a global variable to keep the value of "a" and use that
in your "defined" function?

 * vinayak dutt
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 * mayo graduate school, rochester mn
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