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Re: Rule-based programming: declare variables to be a number


David Bailey wrote:


> Also, it is not clear from the original question, if 'multiplication'
> is represented by Times - if it is, the expressions will get sorted
> regardless of NumericQ!

Of course the multiplication of Lie-algebra elements is not commutative,
and thus I use **, not Times.

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