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ls2006
12/03/06 05:36am

Hi,

I can find a command in Help Browser, e.g. Sin[] or Cos[].

However, if I want find a command which is not familar with me, such like VariationalD[], how I find it...

?*Varia
?VariationalD*
?*Varia*

all fail if one use <<Calculus`VariationalMethods` first, but a problem is I don't known the command VariationalD in this package.

In this case, I only can guess?




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How can I search a command that I want? ls2006 12/03/06 05:36am
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