|Subject:||Re: Using system|
|Date:||Fri, 31 Jul 2020 10:46:41 -0400|
On Fri, Jul 31, 2020 at 10:35 AM Clarke thompson-gay
Thank you for answering my email. Here is what I get whenever I put any commands in.
> >> x= sym('x')
> warning: the 'sym' function belongs to the symbolic package from Octave Forge
> which seems to not be installed in your system.
> Please read <https://www.octave.org/missing.html> to learn how you can
> contribute missing functionality.
> error: 'sym' undefined near line 1 column 4
> >> f= x^2
> error: 'x' undefined near line 1 column 4
> >> limit(f,2)
> error: 'f' undefined near line 1 column 7
I clicked the link and followed directions on how to get the symbolic package but still had no luck. I installed this system on my macbook pro. I did try the windows version on here too but it didn't work because I have a macbook I'm guessing.
ok, very important you Reply All and keep the help list copied. I
personally know nothing about macs. I wouldn't expect the windows
version to be much help either. I notice that there's nothing
equivalent to the windows instructions on that wiki
I've cc'd the list so hopefully someone else can help.
Also, the convention on this mailing list is to 'bottom post' and trim
any excess quoting to make it easier for others to follow the
conversation. (On gmail you need to click the 'three dots' to reveal
the quoted text). see http://www.idallen.com/topposting.html
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