Re: How to parse result from Reduce[ ] function

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• Subject: [mg73268] Re: How to parse result from Reduce[ ] function
• From: Jean-Marc Gulliet <jeanmarc.gulliet at gmail.com>
• Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 02:21:34 -0500 (EST)
• Organization: The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
• References: <eqep0l\$5bs\$1@smc.vnet.net>

```Anton Vrba wrote:
> Hi,
>
> The output of a Reduce[...] function call is
>
> C[1](element)Integers &&
> x==358537039003+2964364736430689 C[1] &&
> y==28744265823+237656026328741 C[1] &&
> p==205319+1697566324 C[1]
>
> but I want to use the values  after the p== i.e. 205319 and 1697566324 for further calculation in my program
>
> How do I obtain these? other than by manual cut and paste.
>
> best regards
> Anton
>

A combination of Cases and transformation rules should do the trick.

In[1]:=
sol = C[1] â?? Integers && x == 358537039003 +
2964364736430689*C[1] &&
y == 28744265823 + 237656026328741*C[1] &&
p == 205319 + 1697566324*C[1];

In[2]:=
savedvalues = Flatten[
Cases[sol, p == (val_) -> val] /. Plus -> List /.
C[1] -> 1]

Out[2]=
{205319, 1697566324}

In[3]:=
First[savedvalues]

Out[3]=
205319

In[4]:=
Last[savedvalues]

Out[4]=
1697566324

Regards,
Jean-Marc

```

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