This is a convenient way to input a polynomial matrix.
string or strings to parse
variable character. Only lower latin characters are allowed except 'e' which is reseved for numbers
Space and tabulation characters are ignored.
Row should be divided by new line "
\n" or backslash "
\" (TeX style).
Elements in each row can be divided by "
;" or "
&" (TeX style)
For convenience, this function can accept multiple string. In this case each string will be treated as a new row.
This function accepts TeX matrix format.
new polynomial matrix of polyMatrix class
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