easyp3trouve: checks the consistency of the result obtained after easyp3cut...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

Description

(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.

Usage

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easyp3trouve(x, nom)

Arguments

x

output of easyp3cut

nom

nom object where node/variable names will be investigated

Details

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]".

Value

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,

Examples

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 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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