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AffineMap was present in Mathematica version 4. What is the equivalent command in the current version of Mathematica?

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"AffineTransform[m] gives a TransformationFunction that represents an affine transform that maps r to m.r. " ?? – cormullion Jan 25 '13 at 13:36
AffineTransform might be what you're looking for? – programming_historian Jan 25 '13 at 13:36

You can find most packages that shipped with Mathematica but don't any more at the Wolfram Library Archive.

AffineMap is from a package accompanying the book Programming in Mathematica by Roman Maeder that also shipped with Mathematica 4. It can be downloaded here.

As people mentioned in comments, it may be more convenient to use the new built in AffineTransform function.

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