Re: Loop and Lost values - The Sequel

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• Subject: [mg65542] Re: Loop and Lost values - The Sequel
• From: "Valeri Astanoff" <astanoff at yahoo.fr>
• Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 06:53:21 -0400 (EDT)
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```To my mind the trouble is that, implicitly,
you test floating point values for equality,
which is usually not recommended.

Assuming the equation depends on t1,
you could, for example, proceed this way :

t1[i_Integer] = 94.8+0.001*i;

Do[eq = {x'[t]==0.001*x[t]*t1[i], x[0]==1};
sol = NDSolve[eq,{x},{t,0,10}];
xt[i] = Interpolation[Table[{t,x[t]/.sol//First},{t,0,10}]],
{i,0,199}];

Do[Print[{t1[i], xt[i][3.2]}], {i,0,9}]

{94.8,1.3544}
{94.801,1.3544}
{94.802,1.35441}
{94.803,1.35441}
{94.804,1.35442}
{94.805,1.35442}
{94.806,1.35443}
{94.807,1.35443}
{94.808,1.35444}
{94.809,1.35444}

hth

V.Astanoff

```

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