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## Re: Problem symbolic on windows

**From**: |
DigitalHermit |

**Subject**: |
Re: Problem symbolic on windows |

**Date**: |
Thu, 6 Feb 2020 15:21:01 -0600 (CST) |

Stef Pillaert wrote
>* hmmm... when I use the ezplot-solution, won't I loose all the benefits of*
>* symbolic calculation? E.g., in my script, I calculate twice the integral*
>* of M(x) to get z(x), and I want to plot z(x) in the end. *
>* The goal of the script is that a user only has to change the definiton of*
>* M(x) to find the plot of the resulting z(x)*
Apologies, I was only looking at getting past that first class error which
I'd experienced with something similar, and specifically only at the
graphing aspect. You do lose some benefits, though the suggestion of
function_handle looks to be cleaner.
I just a moment ago tried it in Octave 5.1.0 and Matlab 2019b. The first
subplot does work and are similar, but I'm getting Python errors around the
solve(). Do you recall what version it worked on previously?
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