Re: [NTGcontext] new (lmtx) beta
Dear Hans, I read the manual of luametafun and do some examples. Thanks for many new features. It is really great. I’d like to ask two things. 1. On page 26,27, in the manual,
http://www.pragmaade.com/general/manuals/luametafun.pdf http://www.pragmaade.com/general/manuals/luametafun.pdf
a function name of the graphics are appeared as same as in the argument ‘function = “x^2 + y^2”’. Though it calculates function using “x^2 + y^2”, it is better to write the name of it as the output of $x^2 + y^2$. Is it possible to write it as in mathematical form? 2. To define a mathematical function, it uses “function = “ in Contour, while it uses “code = “ in Surfaces and in Functions. Is there any reason to use two different names “function” and “code” to define functions? Thank you again. Best regards, Dalyoung
On 10/11/2019 4:09 PM, Jeong Dal wrote:
Dear Hans,
I read the manual of luametafun and do some examples. Thanks for many new features. It is really great.
I’d like to ask two things.
1. On page 26,27, in the manual,
a function name of the graphics are appeared as same as in the argument ‘function = “x^2 + y^2”’. Though it calculates function using “x^2 + y^2”, it is better to write the name of it as the output of $x^2 + y^2$. Is it possible to write it as in mathematical form?
functionstyle = "math",
2. To define a mathematical function, it uses “function = “ in Contour, while it uses “code = “ in Surfaces and in Functions. Is there any reason to use two different names “function” and “code” to define functions? we can still decide as it's beta ...
function  functions or code  codelist (it's basically lua code ...) i have no preference and as you're the first to bring it up you may decide ... (unless others can convince you otherwise) Hans  Hans Hagen  PRAGMA ADE Ridderstraat 27  8061 GH Hasselt  The Netherlands tel: 038 477 53 69  www.pragmaade.nl  www.pragmapod.nl 
Dear Hans,
Though it calculates function using “x^2 + y^2”, it is better to write the name of it as the output of $x^2 + y^2$. Is it possible to write it as in mathematical form?
functionstyle = "math”,
It works nicely.
Is there any reason to use two different names “function” and “code” to define functions? we can still decide as it's beta ...
function  functions
or
code  codelist
(it's basically lua code ...)
i have no preference and as you're the first to bring it up you may decide ... (unless others can convince you otherwise)
I think that it is better to use the same name if there is no special reason to distinguish, and I prefer to use “function  functions”. However, I am OK whether you keep both or choose one. Thank you and your team again. Best regards, Dalyoung
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