Message from discussion Maxima to Lisp translation
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From: Franck Ditter <fra...@ditter.org>
Subject: Re: Maxima to Lisp translation
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I saw MockMma but I find there a parser from Mma to Lisp
and a formatter from Lisp to 2d-display, but my
problem is to be able from within Lisp to get something
? (integrate '(log x) 'x)
(- (* x (log x)) x)
It seems strange that Maxima has not such a thing...
What do I miss ?
In article <jjr3sm$2r...@speranza.aioe.org>,
Richard Fateman <fate...@cs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> On 3/14/12 9:59 AM, Franck Ditter wrote:
> > Is there any way to get a (usual) Lisp sexp from
> > a Maxima output. I know I can use to_lisp() to get the
> > Lisp internal representation, but it is clumsy to read,
> > I would like usual Lisp : (sin (+ (sqrt x) (log y)))
> > Thanks,
> > franck
> Mockmma has code you can look at that does such things.
> It is written in lisp.