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Re: How to look for this kind of error

Remember that Mathematica applies particular rules before it applies 
general rules. So a lot depends on how TestCodazzi is defined.

On 1/24/12 5:08 AM, Sam Takoy wrote:
> Hi,
> Suppose I have a very complicated function TestCodazzi and
> TestCodazzi[0,2,3]
> returns one answer while
> TestCodazzi[0, x, y] //FullSimplify /. {x->2, y->3}
> returns a totally different answer. Now, there is a lot going on and I
> could start testing different parts of my code. However, could
> Mathematica show me the instances where it was making certain
> assumptions that may not be true, and so help me in tracking down this
> discrepancy?
> Many thanks in advance,
> Sam

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