Re: Convert funcion
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- Subject: [mg88366] Re: Convert funcion
- From: "Jean-Marc Gulliet" <jeanmarc.gulliet at gmail.com>
- Date: Sat, 3 May 2008 06:15:36 -0400 (EDT)
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On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 2:30 PM, Johum S <johums at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello Jeam Marc,
> Yes I download the package, but I could not find where that function
> located. I also try search on my mechine, but still could not find it.
> If you have experience how to find it please let me know.
> Thank you!
> I do not know (and I do not bother to know) how to write such a
> function since the function has already been implemented (nicely) in
> the IMS (IMTEK Mathematica Supplement) package, which is an *open
> source* package. *Open source* means that the source code is available
> free of charge.
> Therefore, if I were you, I would download the IMS package, install it
> on my machine, then I would play around with the function *ExactCover*
> to get acquainted with it (the documentation have some examples about
> Latin squares) and I would look at its code (which is provided with
> package) if I wish.
> The IMS main web page contains links to the download area as well as
> directions to install the package.
I do not have the IMS package installed on the machine I am working.
However, since the function *ExactCover* is loaded into a Mathematica
session thanks to the command Needs["Imtek`ExactCover`"], we can infer
that the code resides in its own package within a directory called
So, after a successful installation, look for a directory called
"Imtek". Within this directory, look for a file called "ExactCover.m"
(the package) and possibly a file called "ExactCover.nb" (a notebook
that is used to build the package). If you cannot find any of these
files, that means that the IMS packages are not correctly installed
or, at least, not fully installed.
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