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Re: How to parse result from Reduce[ ] function

Hi Anton,

you e.g. use "Cases". Assume that your output is in t:

Cases[t, p == val_ -> val]

will give you the part belonging to p=.


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.


> Thanks for your help

> best regards

> Anton


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