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continue...

Thank you for your help again.

C  (C :=abs~( ar[y]-~ec );) is really useful, Thank you!

Another problem:

In practical problem, r is a large table, r[i] i=1..80

so I want to use for loop to storge results.

If r[i] is a list, must I program as follow?

`r1 := [ op(r1), x ]`
`r2 := [ op(r2), x ]`
`.`
`.`
`r80 := [ op(r80), x ]`
`Thank you!`
` `

continue...

Thank you for your help again.

C  (C :=abs~( ar[y]-~ec );) is really useful, Thank you!

Another problem:

In practical problem, r is a large table, r[i] i=1..80

so I want to use for loop to storge results.

If r[i] is a list, must I program as follow?

`r1 := [ op(r1), x ]`
`r2 := [ op(r2), x ]`
`.`
`.`
`r80 := [ op(r80), x ]`
`Thank you!`
` `

it works, Thank you !...

Thank you for your help. The solution is good. I use it in another question and it works well.

Thank you!

it works, Thank you !...

Thank you for your help. The solution is good. I use it in another question and it works well.

Thank you!

Thank you for your help, it's a common w...

Thank you for your help, it's a common way to solve the complex question!

Thank you for your help, it's a common w...

Thank you for your help, it's a common way to solve the complex question!

error appeared...

Thank you for your help! I tried it, but it doesn't work.
If I change  r[]:=[]:  to r:=[]:

there is an error:Error, invalid subscript selector

I don't know the reason, Would you help me again?

error appeared...

Thank you for your help! I tried it, but it doesn't work.
If I change  r[]:=[]:  to r:=[]:

there is an error:Error, invalid subscript selector

I don't know the reason, Would you help me again?

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