you enter the
expression to parse.
You don't need to write the complete name-package of the templates
and matrices that compose the expression: only the name in any letter
case is enough.
Templates and matrices that are part
of the expression must exist before the parser window has been
As told before, the parameters must be
written between quotes, like in the expression:
fills a 10x10 matrix
In case the template has a result of
type ANY, like in template fill
of the example, the actual return
type will be requested in one of the next steps.
OperatorsFrom version 1.1 the
expression can also contain operators.
for example, instead of the expression:
you can write:
The expression parser will convert the
operators to the related functions:
you don't remember the name of the
matrices or templates you want to enter in the expression, the Insert
template and Insert Matrix buttons can help you:
- + to
- - to minus
- * to times
- ^ to pow
expression you want to
enter is complete click on the Next button and go
- Insert Template
lets you select a template from the template
the template is inserted at the cursor in the expression in the
matrix1>..., <input matrixN>,
<template> is the template name-package, <input
matrixI> is the definition's name of the matrix I in the
template, <parameterI> is the definition's name of the
parameter I in the template.
You need to substitute the
matrices and parameter definition's names with real matrices and
Matrix lets you select a matrix in the matrix
Then, the matrix name-package is inserted at
cursor in the expression.