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jf
01/18/13 09:34am

a) X and Y appear to be functions, not lists of data.

b) You can get sample values by replacing the Plot with Table,

Table[{#[t] /. sol & /@ {X, Y}}, {t, 1, 1000}]

(This uses "pure function", "ReplaceAll", and "Map", if you want to look them up in documentation.)

It might have been better to send this question to the people you got the function from.


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