>> It looks, like if it is going into the right directions
>> FiniteField looks good, maybe FiniteRing also available?
> Well... don't you have HyperDoc->Browse available?
> Sorry, I cannot point you to an online API for AXIOM, but I'm
> maintaining an API for FriCAS (which is relatively close.
> http://fricas.github.io/ >
> You are probably looking for
> http://fricas.github.io/api/IntegerMod.html >
>> What I'm looking for, is polynoms with modulo-coefficients.
> Huh? For primes p that's exactly what I've given you. Since then Z_p is
> a field.
> For non-prime-powers use IntegerMod.
I hope I can find out how to use this functionality.
(Examples would be fine btw.)
If you are interested in the language, you should perhaps take a look
into http://www.aldor.org/docs/aldorug.pdf. Aldor is not exactly like
SPAD or the input language of AXIOM, but it's pretty close to learn the
> Hi Oliver,
>> I hope I can find out how to use this functionality.
>> (Examples would be fine btw.)
> I thought it would be too easy to replace
> K ==> PrimeField p
> K ==> IntegerMod p
> and change the p to your liking. But OK, I've added a bit more stuff for
I hope it's not only for me...
Regarding documentation, it's always potentially misleading, if it's
not clear, how it is meant.
And what is meant with "==>" ?
When looking up the documentation, it first pops up at page 935 in
and it's not explained there, just used.
So I think some potential confusion can pop up here.
Regarding your pointers to further documentation I thank you.
I will look it up.
Well, I wrote it for you. If others find it useful, then it's even better.
> Regarding documentation, it's always potentially misleading, if it's not
> clear, how it is meant.
True. The original Axiom-Book is not very precise in defining the
language SPAD. For learning the language you should rather read the
Aldor User Guide. I've given you the link in my last mail. If you refuse
to read, i.e. do the homework, I'll stop responding.