Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

This is a convenient way to input a polynomial matrix.

1 | ```
parse.polyMatrix(..., var = "x")
``` |

`...` |
string or strings to parse |

`var` |
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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 | ```
parse.polyMatrix(" 1, 2 + x",
"2 + 2x^2, x^3")
# The function can suggest mistake position in case of invalid format
## Not run:
parse.polyMatrix(
"1 + y & 2\\
-2 & x^2"
)
## Fail to parse polyMatrix: invalid term at position 2 in item [1, 1]
## End(Not run)
``` |

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