## 155 Reputation

10 years, 266 days

## @Preben Alsholm  h is the unknow, a...

h is the unknow, and T = 1 in this case (but I'll change it in the future)

So, should i define the range of y?

## I've corrected the expression...

Sorry, I miss some expressions.

I've corrected it.

@acer

Thank you!

## @Thomas Richard  It seems good, but...

It seems good, but I still use Maple 18...

## @Adri van der Meer  Thanks a lot. T...

Thanks a lot. This is what I want.

## Return Error...

I cannot apply your code in my case, it returns the following  error,

"Error, dimension bounds must be the same for all container objects in an elementwise operation"?

Rectangular_MaplePrime_150302_2.mw

## Thanks...

Thank you very much.

## Other Question...

If I want to limit x1 or x2 to number 10, 20 and 30, how should I do?

OK. Thank you.

## @Carl Love  It's also a good way to...

It's also a good way to create this kind of loop computation.

But it seems that the recursive function will change case by case.

## @Preben Alsholm  Sorry... I cannot ...

Sorry... I cannot understand your code through a glance...
But I'm able to use your code to create the correct loop code now.
Thank you very much!

## @Carl Love  Thank you very much. Th...

Thank you very much. This is really a good idea to use parse statement.

But, what does the first \$ in your code mean?

......"proc(", seq(cat("L",d,","), d= 1..n), "\$)",......

It seems that it will create the following statement:

proc(L1,L2,L3,...Ln, \$)

I have read the description of \$ in Maple Help, but cannot find any example which has similar use.