polynom objects are represented as functions,
as.function.polynom simply removes the
as.function.polylist produces allows all
polynomials on the list to be evaluated simultaneously at the same
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A character string giving the name to be used for the
formal argument of the resulting function, (for
Not currently used.
polynom objects are already stored as functions,
as.function.polynom is rarely needed and may be replaced by
unclass. An explicit call to
however, will generate a slightly faster version of the function as an
unrooled loop, and does allow the user to specify a different name for
the formal argument to be used.
Since arithmetic on polynomials is provided, both of these
functions may be evaluated at a
polynom object as well as a
R function implementing the evaluation.
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