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  • Subject: [mg125101] good list
  • From: "Brambilla Roberto Luigi (RSE)" <Roberto.Brambilla at rse-web.it>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 06:15:51 -0500 (EST)
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Hi to all,

 

I have a function  myfunc[x] (of some complexity) and I want to build
the list of its values in the interval (a<=x<=b) with step
dx=(b-a)/nstep

 

nstep=100;

mylist=Table[{x,myfunc[x],{x,a,b,(b-a)/nstep}];

 

According to the input value, sometimes myfunc[x] is not able to give a
numeric result

(in my case a singular difficult numerical integral) . In others cases
it works fine.

My question is how to build the list with only the good cases.

 

Many thanks, Roberto


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