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DOM_EXEC

Kernel functions

Description

Objects of type DOM_EXEC represent kernel functions implemented in C++.

Unlike functions defined at the library level (which are stored in objects of type DOM_PROC), functions defined in C++ in the MuPAD® kernel are represented by objects of type DOM_EXEC.

Users normally need not care about DOM_EXECs except for the cases where explicitly testing the domtype of arguments; in those cases, DOM_EXEC should often be treated identically to DOM_PROC.

Most kernel functions are actually stored inside function environments of type DOM_FUNC_ENV, and therefore, you can see DOM_EXEC only when explicitly accessing the first or second operand of those function environments.

Function Calls

An object of type DOM_EXEC essentially represents a function; using it in this way calls the corresponding function.

Operands

The operands of a DOM_EXEC are used internally, may change at any time and remain undocumented.

See Also

MuPAD Domains

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