hossayni

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In the name God

Dear Mac,

I want to define numerous distinct vectors using one command.

In some programmin language it may be so:

v1,v2,v3,...,v10:=Vector(3):

Or:

v1:=v2:=...:=v10:=Vector(3):

 

Thanks for your useful command. But the +~ operator does not do this.

 

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

In the name of God

 

Please type the equation.

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Sincerely yours

Hossayni

Dear Mac

Thanks for your useful respond

As I know most of the western people are Christian and that's one the Saint Christ's beliefs was this:

It should be at the first of all mails, the name of God.

We have in the authentic historical books that the prophet Solomon has written in his historical political mail to the queen of sheba a very short message. Only 3 sentences. Even in that short message The first sentence was:
In the name of God the beneficent the merciful. and the rest was:

Do not rise up against me, but come to me in surrender

That's the cause I start all of my mails by this name

 

SIncerely yours

Hossayni

Dear Mac

Thanks for your useful respond

As I know most of the western people are Christian and that's one the Saint Christ's beliefs was this:

It should be at the first of all mails, the name of God.

We have in the authentic historical books that the prophet Solomon has written in his historical political mail to the queen of sheba a very short message. Only 3 sentences. Even in that short message The first sentence was:
In the name of God the beneficent the merciful. and the rest was:

Do not rise up against me, but come to me in surrender

That's the cause I start all of my mails by this name

 

SIncerely yours

Hossayni

In the name of God

independent in programming space not in vector space: five variables(names) referring to five different vectors

dependent: five variables referring to one vector

In the name of God

independent in programming space not in vector space: five variables(names) referring to five different vectors

dependent: five variables referring to one vector

Dear @Markiyan Hirnyk ,

Allah is translation of God in arabic

 

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

Dear @Markiyan Hirnyk ,

Allah is translation of God in arabic

 

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

Hi Erik

I don't know why, but the problem solved, suddenly.

Thank you very much for your useful comment

 

Sayyed Ali Hossayni

Hi Erik

I don't know why, but the problem solved, suddenly.

Thank you very much for your useful comment

 

Sayyed Ali Hossayni

In the name of God

Dear Erik

Thanks a lot for your answer, but the currentdir() results are the same.

 

That's the matter maker the problem to be wonderful

 

Best wishes

Hossayni

In the name of God

Dear Erik

Thanks a lot for your answer, but the currentdir() results are the same.

 

That's the matter maker the problem to be wonderful

 

Best wishes

Hossayni

In the name of God

Dear Markiyan,

Allah is translation of God in arabic. It is the name of the Lord of about 4 Milliard Muslims and Christians in the world.

All the prophets started their mails by the name of God or Allah, no difference. So that wouldn't be a vain work.

I think that was just an itsy-bitsy misunderstanding.

 

Glad to meet you

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

In the name of God

Dear Markiyan,

Allah is translation of God in arabic. It is the name of the Lord of about 4 Milliard Muslims and Christians in the world.

All the prophets started their mails by the name of God or Allah, no difference. So that wouldn't be a vain work.

I think that was just an itsy-bitsy misunderstanding.

 

Glad to meet you

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

In the name of God

 

Hello Dear Pagan

Thanks for your usefull comment. That was very exciting for me.

I have Maple16-64bit and I am a Win7-64bit user.

I did exactly the instructions you write; I mean

> restart;

> M:=Matrix(2000,datatype=float[8]):

> kernelopts(gcbytesavail),kernelopts(gcbytesreturned);                               0, 0 > M:='M':

> dummy1: dummy2: dummy3:

> gc();

> kernelopts(gcbytesavail),kernelopts(gcbytesreturned);                        32330756, 32012956

but gcbytesreturned is zero!!!

I think, It's another instruction instead of dummy in Maple16

 

best Regards

Hossayni

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