Werner Exinger wrote:
I haven't used Prime for quite some time and not that I would care, but as far as I remember, a definition like c<--abc("c") will not work in Prime.
You're right; partial function application no longer works. 😞
However, my workaround for it does (as one would expect).
The If-Elseif-Else structure is very good at taking up vertical space on the worksheet. I find it harder to make sense of such extended programs, so I used if functions instead of if statements.
There's another form that's amenable to your method, and that is to use a generic function.
Stuart
Nice little challenge. F(0) through F(n-1) have to know to calculate F(n), same with M(n). M(n) can be calculated before F(n), provided F(0) through F(n-1) are known. See attached code and check my logic.
Cheers
David Tietje wrote:
Nice little challenge. F(0) through F(n-1) have to know to calculate F(n), same with M(n). M(n) can be calculated before F(n), provided F(0) through F(n-1) are known.
Cheers
It seems to work ... see attached worksheet.
See attached code and check my logic.
I tried to but now
Stuart