(ba) The aim of this function is to precise the analysis made by easyp3cut applying it to a precise nom object. Using the composition of easyp3trouve(easyp3cut(chain),nom) gives a result directly usable (for well introduced users of rebastaba). The check is made on the validity of node names, on the validity of the numerical constants. Completed information about the \$typ=2 (nodes and variables) is returned.

1 | ```
easyp3trouve(x, nom)
``` |

`x` |
output of easyp3cut |

`nom` |
nom object where node/variable names will be investigated |

when a node is involved, all its variables are considered as involved. If A is a node repeated three times, then "A" implies "A[1]", "A[2]" and "A[3]" as variables but "A[2]" implies node "A" and only variable "A[2]".

A list comprising \$node: the internal number (i with respect to nom)
of the nodes involved,

\$vari: the internal number (k with respect
to nom) of the variables involved,

1 2 3 | ```
rebastaba3k("RESET"); # needed only for R checking, to be forgotten
uu <- easyp3cut("sqrt({{A}}) + {{U}}/10", rbsb.cpt);
easyp3trouve(uu, char2nom(LETTERS));
``` |

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