Overview of the MapleTA:-Builtin Subpackage
List of MapleTA:-Builtin Subpackage Commands
The MapleTA:-Builtin subpackage is a collection of commands that are natively supported by Maple T.A.. Maple T.A. has a number of built-in commands in addition to a generic maple() command. The functionality of these built-in commands is reproduced in this sub-package.
The primary purpose of the built-in functions inside of Maple T.A. is for creating algorithmic variables. You can create random integers or real numbers, perform operations on lists of items, or set conditions on variables.
Many of the names of commands in this package conflict with names of top-level Maple commands. Be careful when loading this package via with(MapleTA:-Builtin). It may be advisable to use the long form of each command, as in, MapleTA:-Builtin:-int(3.14);
The following is a list of available commands.
The MapleTA:-Builtin package was introduced in Maple 18.
For more information on Maple 18 changes, see Updates in Maple 18.
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