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Re: documentation specification for Documentation Center

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  • Subject: [mg90049] Re: documentation specification for Documentation Center
  • From: dh <dh at metrohm.ch>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 06:17:23 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <g3vkkc$k76$1@smc.vnet.net>


Hi,

what is the question, what the answer?

Anyway, the code below does not fail because the package is wrongly 

written, but because a loop variable "i" is used outside the loop.

hope this helps, Daniel



Francisco Gutierrez wrote:

> Friends:

> I have problems creating packages.  See for example the following very simple package:

> BeginPackage["fuss`Func`"]

>  

> crisclas::usage="Inputs are a set of training

> vectors, a first guess vector, a zero, and a learning rate ";

>  

> Begin["`Private`"]

>  

> crisclas[trainingvec_,guess_,cero_,ritmo_]:=Module[{guess1=guess,\

> hacerlalista={}},If[trainingvec[[i]].guess-cero>0,   guess,  \

> For[i=1,i<Length[trainingvec] && trainingvec[[i]].guess1-cero<=0  \

> ,AppendTo[hacerlalista,guess1];guess1=(guess1+(ritmo*trainingvec[[i]])\

> ),i++ ];hacerlalista]];

>  

> End[]

> EndPackage[]

> 

> I saved it as Func.m. I can open it allright with Needs, but when I try to use the function it simply does not work and returns the following error me ssage:

> Part::pspec : Part specification fuss`Func`Private`i is neither an integer nor a list of integers

>  

> The function is ok, it works well it "notebook version".

> What am I doing wrong?

> Fg

> --- On Wed, 1/16/08, Jose Luis Gomez <jose.luis.gomez at itesm.mx> wrote:

> 

> From: Jose Luis Gomez <jose.luis.gomez at itesm.mx>

> Subject:  documentation specification for Documentation Center

> Date: Wednesday, January 16, 2008, 3:24 AM

> 

> Dear Ken,

> 

> I guess you have already seen my tutorial for writing a package with

> documentation in the Documentation Center. This tutorial is, well, it is Not

> very good Neither satisfactory method, but it does show you some interesting

> tricks:

> http://homepage.cem.itesm.mx/lgomez/createMathematica6AddOn/createMathematic

> a6AddOn.html

> 

> (notice that long links get usually broken in the newsgroup, therefore you

> might have to remove by hand the extra newlines in the link above)

> 

> Or you can enter my main page:

> http://homepage.cem.itesm.mx/lgomez/index.htm

> then select "Teaching", then select "Mathematica 6", and

> finally select "How

> to create Mathematica 6 Add ons..."

> 

> I hope it helps

> 

> Jose

> 

> -----Mensaje original-----

> De: Ken Levasseur [mailto:klevasseur at mac.com]

> Enviado el: Lunes, 14 de Enero de 2008 02:47 a.m.

> Para: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net

> Asunto:  documentation specification for Documentation Center

> 

> Has anyone seen specifications on how to write and install 

> documentation in the Mathematica Documentation Center?

> 

> II posted the following message (mg77434) last June and never got a 

> response.

> 

>> Can anyone point me to documentation on how to create Documentation

>> Center pages?

>>

>> I get the impression that the Help Browser's days are numbered.  Is

>> that true?  If so, is there an easy way to convert Help Browser

>> documentation?

>>

> 

> 

> Ken Levasseur

> UMass Lowell      

> a6AddOn.html





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