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Problem with undefined variable

Asked by Jan on 26 Nov 2011


I'd like to construct a function Q that has a symbolic expression f(u1,u2,...,ui) as an argument.

The thing is that I don't want to declare f as being an expression of symbolic variables u1,...,ui.

I want Q to do this for me: it receives some expression with u1,...,ui (without these being defined anything) and then it declares these all as symbolic.

Is this possible?




Naz on 26 Nov 2011

Walter Roberson on 26 Nov 2011

Right, but the solutions referenced there all require passing the expression as a string.


1 Answer

Answer by Walter Roberson on 26 Nov 2011
Accepted answer

No, in order to do anything close to that, you would have to pass the expression as a string (or as a function handle, or as an inline function)


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