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This part of the manual is dedicated to a description of each constituent of GRÖBNER. The items are listed lexicographically, where uppercase letters come before lowercase letters. The items are divided into several types, containing

We particularly want to emphasize the subtle difference between functions and macros taking arguments for further development of the system. Some functions in GRÖBNER have the possibility to take a pointer to a function as an argument. Be aware that you cannot pass the name of a function, which is actually implemented as a macro taking arguments, on such an occasion. This fact might be obvious for experienced C programmers, but it might be worth mentioned explicitly for those not so familiar with the C language, who should also be able to use and extend GRÖBNER.

windsteiger wolfgang
Thu Sep 3 14:50:07 MDT 1998