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Re: InterpolatingFunction[] question

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  • Subject: [mg7188] Re: InterpolatingFunction[] question
  • From: pehowland at taz.dra.hmg.gb (Paul E Howland)
  • Date: Wed, 14 May 1997 01:11:21 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: DRA Malvern
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Jack Dostal <dostal at iastate.edu> wrote:

>I'm currently using Mathemaitca to solve a tricky 2nd-order differential
>equation and am getting " InterpolatingFunction[{0,97.7}, <>] " as a
>result.  What I'd like to do is to mark the 0 and the 97.7 as xmin and
>xmax respectively (i.e. assign to xmin the first number in braces, and
>assign to xmax the second number in braces).  Is there any way to do
>this?

Just use

{xmin,xmax} = InterpolatingFunction[{0,97.7},<>][[1]]

I don't have Mathematica in front of me right now, but this should
work.

Regards,

Paul


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