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Re: Is there an "inverse" of ToRules?


Mark,

This is easy if you understand the structure of Mathematica expressions.

Try evaluating

myrule=(a->b)

myeqn = Equal@@myrule (or Apply[Equal,myrule])

and you will have turned a rule into an equation. To understand it better,
look at

FullForm[myrule]

FullForm[myeqn]

to see that you just had to change the Head of the expression.

I hope this helps,

John Jowett

My home page: http://home.cern.ch/jowett/

Postal address: SL Division, CERN, CH-1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland

"Mark S. Coleman" <mcoleman at bondspace.com> wrote in message
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>
> Greetings,
>
> Is there an "inverse" to the ToRules function? That is, a function
> that converts rules to equations (expressed in == form), which could
> then be used in the Solve function?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Mark




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