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using worksheet mode, is there a way to automatically color any comments after (#) with a different color than the default red?

I have been using Maple for years and did not need to significantly document or comment on my worksheets before because I only needed to share my worksheets with close collegues who have a lot of experience with Maple too. However, now I need to share my code with a general audience that might not be a Maple user. So I need to add enough comments after each line, and I have been manually changing the color of comments after the # to green to give the reader the indication that this is a comment and not part of the code, like this for example:



f:=(x,y)->sin(sqrt(x^2+y^2))/sqrt(x^2+y^2); # Define f as a function of the variables x and y

proc (x, y) options operator, arrow; sin(sqrt(x^2+y^2))/sqrt(x^2+y^2) end proc


df:=(x,y)->eval(diff(f(a,y),a),a=x); # Define df as the partial derivative of f with respect to x

proc (x, y) options operator, arrow; eval(diff(f(a, y), a), a = x) end proc


df(1,3); # Evaluate df at x=1, y=3






It would be great if Maple can automatically color comments like typical editors do. Is this possible? if not, does anyone have an advice for a nice easy way to add proper documentation to worksheets?

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It seems like the package CurveFitting only allows to numerically evaluate the fitted function when we use ArrayInterpolation, but I assume deep in the code there must be an analytic ...

I am facing a problem dsolve/numeric, and I am attaching two files: dsolve-issue.mws and dsolve-issue2.mws the first one shows a simplified version of the problem, the second one is an actual example of one the DE systems I desperately need to solve. There are brief comments in the files describing the problem, but here is the summary:

I am trying to plot a vector field with fieldplot, but the vector field components contain a numerical integration (i.e. evalf(Int(...,...)). However, maple refuses to plot it, and gives me this error mesasge

"Error, (in plots/fieldplot) no non-zero vectors found"

maple has no problem evaluation the vector field at any value of x, and y, and takes only a fraction of a second for each point. However, if i change the integral inside the vector field components to int(...

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