Programming Facilities Changes in Maple 12
Maple 12 includes the following changes to programming facilities.
Programmer Indexing of Arrays, Matrices and Vectors
Operations on pairs of Sparse or Dense arrays
Finding Maximum and Minimum Elements
Round brackets can be used to index into Array, Matrix, and Vector data structures. For full details refer to ?rtable_indexing. Highlights include:
the ability to grow arrays past their initially declared bounds.
the ability to reference multi-dimensional arrays with a single integer, making looping over all elements easier and more efficient.
compatibility with the way MATLAB® indexes arrays.
The zip command now accepts a prefix option: zip[sparse], and zip[dense] indicating whether the zeros in the sparse objects should be ignored or included.
The max and min commands now accept lists and rtable-based arrays as arguments. The list or array is scanned to find the maximum or minimum object contained inside.
max( [-5,1,17], <12,-32,4> );
min( <12,-32,4> );
Index of New Maple 12 Features
Language and System Updates in Maple 12
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