create a vector
vector([x1, ..., xn])
vector(n, [x1, ..., xn])
x, ..., x[n]
vector elements of type algebraic
length of the vector
function used to create the vector elements
Important: The linalg package has been deprecated. Use the superseding command, Vector, instead.
- For information on migrating linalg code to the new packages, see examples/LinearAlgebraMigration.
The vector function is part of the linalg package. It provides a simplified syntax for creating vectors. For a general description of vectors in Maple, see the information under vector.
The calls vector([x1, ..., xn]) and vector(n, [x1, ..., xn]) will produce a vector (a one-dimensional array) of length n containing the given elements.
The call vector(n) will produce a vector of length n with unspecified elements.
The call vector(n, f) will produce a vector of length n whose elements are the result of the function f acting on the index of the vector. Thus vector(n, f) is equivalent to vector(1..n, [f(1), f(2), ..., f(n)]).
Since vectors are represented as one-dimensional arrays, see information under array for further details about how to work with vectors.
The command with(linalg,vector) allows the use of the abbreviated form of this command.
Note: The online documentation in Maple uses the convention that vector (lowercase "v") refers to an array-based vector used by routines in the linalg package, and Vector (uppercase "V") refers to an rtable-based Vector used by routines in the LinearAlgebra package. See LA_general for more information about linear algebra computations in Maple.
f ≔ x→x2:
v ≔ vector⁡4,f
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