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How to define a vector with automatically added symbolic elements with subscripts
I want to define a vector lets say k containing elements Symbolize[Subscript[k, 1]], k2, k3 ... etc. When I define lets say k4 . I want the symbol automatically added to vector k. Something like ...
Mar 30 '13 at 18:13
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