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Ansh Mishra
@theanshm
the "\ " is used so that long lines of code can be continued on the next line. This is to improve readability and follow pep8 style. It allows us to open multiple files at once in the code editor without needing to scroll to read the full line of code.
Eva Tiwari
@evatiwari
Hello, I had a couple of doubts, they might seem a bit basic:
I want to import euler's constant (e) in a file in one of the modules. Can someone help me out with it?
Also, I made some changes to my clone of sympy, and i wanted to import this clone as a library and write some code with it (to test the changes). How should I proceed?
I need to use my clone as a library as I am getting an assertion error for changes made in the function, and I have no clue what is the actual output given by the new function.
Kalevi Suominen
@jksuom
From the docstring of Exp1:
    The transcendental number `e = 2.718281828\ldots` is the base of the
    natural logarithm and of the exponential function, `e = \exp(1)`.
    Sometimes called Euler's number or Napier's constant.

    Exp1 is a singleton, and can be accessed by ``S.Exp1``,
    or can be imported as ``E``.

    Examples
    ========

    >>> from sympy import exp, log, E
    >>> E is exp(1)
    True
    >>> log(E)
    1
Eva Tiwari
@evatiwari
Ok so in that file, E has been imported as the function to calculate expected value (stats module). But this gave me a hint anyway, I'll use exp(1) instead. Thanks a lot!
If someone could help me out with the second doubt, that would be great.
Ansh Mishra
@theanshm
For your second doubt you can read through Development Workflow from wiki. Basically you need to setup a virtual environment which allows you to isolate your development version of sympy from the system wide install.
Eva Tiwari
@evatiwari
Oh, I did not know that was all that was needed, I had it set up. Thanks a lot!
aleriv-umich
@aleriv-umich
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what do I need for the symbols to show up instead of functions?
kirk86
@kirk86
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@aleriv-umich try sympy.init_printing()
AlexCQY
@AlexCQY
Hello may I seek help on an issue i face when running tests. Because sympy has a file named abc.py, it clashes with the python library and I could not run tests.
May I know how some of you overcame this?
The following is the ss of the error faced:
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kirk86
@kirk86
Does anyone know why .dict property exists only for certain discrete random variables but not for any discrete random variable?
e.g. stats.density(X).dict
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Eva Tiwari
@evatiwari
@kirk86 I'm not sure if it would answer your question, but I have tried dealing with it in #20554 .
gopalamn
@gopalamn
I got the following travis CI error on one of the baseline jobs (#.5) and can't seem to figure out the issue, any hints?
"No output has been received in the last 10m0s, this potentially indicates a stalled build or something wrong with the build itself."
Aaron Meurer
@asmeurer
@AlexCQY make sure you aren't inside of the sympy library directory when running the tests
it shouldn't be able to import abc.py as a top-level module, only as sympy.abc or .abc as a relative import.
kirk86
@kirk86

@kirk86 I'm not sure if it would answer your question, but I have tried dealing with it in #20554 .

@evatiwari Thanks!

Sidharth Mundhra
@0sidharth
What does the test result "E" indicate? It is not listed on the tests page in the wiki, is this intended or does that page need to be updated?
2 replies
AlexCQY
@AlexCQY
@AlexCQY make sure you aren't inside of the sympy library directory when running the tests
@asmeurer thanks for the reply. I will check it out thanks alot!
aleriv-umich
@aleriv-umich
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using init_printing gets me this
aleriv-umich
@aleriv-umich
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I'm trying to work on the latex parsing issue but running antlr causes this error to occur
Queen-of-the-Universe
@Queen-of-the-Universe
Hi everyone!
I'm Dishita
I would love to contribute to sympy
Can someone pls guide me?
willtryagain
@willtryagain
how can I contribute to sympy_benchmarks?
JSS95
@JSS95
New github action CI is really faster and better than Travis! Thanks for the improvement.
Harshit Yadav
@hyadav2k

I would love to contribute to sympy

You can go through https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Introduction-to-contributing for starters and then you can refer to the docs https://docs.sympy.org/latest/index.html.

Akshat Sood
@akshatsood2249
Hello everyone, Can someone please guide me on how to test changes one makes to the codebase. Like if I change a particular code locally then how can I check whether my changes are admissible or not.
Harshit Yadav
@hyadav2k

Hello everyone, Can someone please guide me on how to test changes one makes to the codebase. Like if I change a particular code locally then how can I check whether my changes are admissible or not.

You should go through https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/Development-workflow, it will resolve your doubts.

Akshat Sood
@akshatsood2249
Thank You @hyadav2k :)
Sähr gudor mänsch
@IstUnlustig_twitter
is it possible with sympy to get the formula of sin(x) instead of the resulting value, I did not found that in the documentation
is this done by a solver?
nonlinsolve
sorry for asking, I found it
Akshit Parmar
@parmar-hacky
hello everyone can anyone show me the direction for GSoc 2021 for sympy organisation i am very much interested in contributing
Karl H
@KarlJoad
I am trying to figure out a problem in octsympy. In sympy 1.5.1, sympy.compatibility.integer_types gives a tuple of the types of integers supported (<type> int and long). I can't find an equivalent option in sympy 1.6.2. Where is it located? I've checked sympy.core.compatibility, but there doesn't seem to be one there that has both the types int and long, just the int class.
Aaron Meurer
@asmeurer
This was removed because it's no longer needed, as SymPy no longer supports Python 2.
Karl H
@KarlJoad
Ok... So, can cases of sympy.compatibility.integer_types be replaced with Python 3's built-in int clas?
Aaron Meurer
@asmeurer
Yes
Also FWIW sympy.core.compatibility is only designed for internal use in SymPy, so using it in an external library is not recommended. We don't make any backwards compatibility guarantees for that module.
Karl H
@KarlJoad

Ok, I'll do that then, and hopefully it works.

Ok. I'm not the core maintainer, so I don't have any control over that.

Oh, I assume the same holds true for sympy.compatibility.string_types and python 3's str class, correct?