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Re: using the result from previous calculation


Robert-
    You need to name your results.  Give different results different names,
i.e. x=result1;  y=result2;  , etc.    If the result is a list & you need
specific elements, you refer to them with Part[list,n], or list[[n]], which
is the same thing.  You would probably benefit from reading any of the
introductory books about Mathematica to get this sort of thing and more
details.
-mark harder


-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Koppensteiner <koppensteiner.robert at utanet.at>
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg26225] [mg26223] using the result from previous calculation


>Hi to all,
>
>I am a newbie to Mathematica having the following question: When I want
>to use in a programm the previous result (and depending on parameters)
>there have been more than one - and getting a result list - how could I
>use the first one for the following calculations ?
>
>thanks,
>robert.
>
>
>



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