Thank you for the response and two links.
The second link points to the Julia file customfuncs.jl located in the Julia
I noticed that in the file SymEngine.jl there is no statement
in order to include this file. So, it was not possible to directly use
defined in customfuncs.jl in order to try and solve the problem described in my
I tried the command include("/path.../customfuncs.jl") from the Julia command
line but got an error message.
I think that it would be best if you could forward my inquiry to the
the package SymEngine.jl for advice on how to proceed further.
Thank you very much for your assistance.
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