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## SolveTools:-DisplaySolutions: some quest...

Maple

I very welcome this new feature but here I am stuck

 Originally _Z1, renamed _Z1~:   is assumed to be: integer

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Questions:
Q1: How to get also the uneven multiples of Pi?
Q2: Why is zero not excluded?
Q3: How to get the desirable output

DisplaySolutions.mw

## Reply to posts slow and sometimes not wo...

MaplePrimes

For the past days I observe that reply to posts stucks at the progess bar

(using a firefox browser). I am wondering whether that is only on my installation. Loading pages is not slow as reported here. I have a suspicion that this happens after having previewed a reply before submission. I observe also sometimes a yellow background of the preview and sometimes a blue background.

I try to submit now with blue backgound

## Functional operators/programming: Are ne...

Maple

I have doubts as to whether this is possible, but I would like to ask anyway.

For example, can

````*`(`+`(a, b), c);
c (a + b)

```

be written with composed procedures (`*`@`+`) and somehow grouped arguments (a,b) for `+` and (a+b,c) for `*`.

So far I have only come across composed procedures in parethesis applied to one expression in parenthesis.

Since the second pair of parenthesis does a function application to everything what is inside the parenthesis it seems impossible that the right most procedure is only applied to a sub-term of the expression first.

If the answer to my question is no, I want to aks a related question:

Is it possible to separate procedures calls from arguments? So, in a first part of a statement I have a sequence (or a list or a composed function) of procedures/operators and in the second part a sequence of arguments instead of a nested construct of procedure calls?

## Can this warning be truned off...

Maple

I tried

`interface(warnlevel=0); infolevel[all]:=0;prinlevel:=0;kernelopts('printlevel'=0);`

to suppress the warnings I get from this code

```restart;
f:=z^3;
z_map:=proc(f,re,im)
if((re>0) and (im>0) and (im<1-re))then
eval(f,z=re+I*im);
else
NULL;
end if;
end proc;
p_re:=plots:-display(seq(plot([Re('z_map(f,re,im)'),Im('z_map(f,re,im)'),im=0..1]),re=0..10,0.1)):
p_im:=plots:-display(seq(plot([Re('z_map(f,re,im)'),Im('z_map(f,re,im)'),re=0..1]),im=0..10,0.1),color=green):
plots:-display(p_re,p_im,scaling=constrained)
```

The reason for the warnings is clear. The input lines are too long to be plotted. However, the resulting plot is exactly what I intended. Programatically truncating the lines would make the warning disappear, but it would make the code much more complicated.

What else can be done to suppress this kind of warning.

## Why is – not rendered in an expo...

Maple 2023

It is &ndash; that is not rendered.

Maple 2023

For comparision Maple 2022.

Can someone reproduce this? Anything I can do about it (some settings maybe)?

Both session directly after restart of Maple.

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