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Wow, I dont use mainstreem languages, so my questions dont have that much upvotes. Now I have a question-ban from stackoverflow :( This isnt really fair...

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There's no such thing as non mainstream development language, unless you develop in ArnoldC or BrainFuckπ
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@Raspik no but haskell, prolog, apl, k and j
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@ac1235 they all have their userbase) not fully mainstream, but they used (for some reason)
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Can you per chance as your question here? Cannot guarantee that I can be much help, but I will try my best..
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@GhostDev this is nice, its a python question:

can I use sympy or any scipy to get antiderivatives on functions, so that:

import sympy
F = sympy.antiderivative(f)

or something comparable (has to be functional)
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@ac1235 on it, will keep in touch as I go.
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@ac1235 so spoke to someone, he said as he understands it it seems you are looking for the formula for the area under the curve given a specific function. And that you can use sympy if there are no values, he also sent this link: http://scipy-lectures.org/advanced/...

Hope this helps... Let me know
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@GhostDev this is awesome, thank you :)
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@ac1235 with this syntax scripy.integrate() does this ring a bell at all? And anytime =) glad to help in any way at all
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the trick to come to my final solution is to introduce a dummy variable to solve for first and then replace it
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@ac1235 sounds like you should be fine? Are you going to be fine? =P
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@GhostDev what a good ghost :D
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@tisaconundrum you see me? Don't you know it is bad luck to acknowledge seeing a ghost and not give it a cookie?! =P
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@dfox stack overflow section
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@GhostDev of course βπͺπͺπͺπͺπͺπͺπͺπͺπͺπͺπͺ
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@tisaconundrum Haha just in time I was getting the hunt together =P we are pleased with your offering of coffee and cookies..
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yes everything is fine now

@GhostDev should get an award for this
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@GhostDev well deserved my ++ in all your comments in this rant
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@ac1235 Haha just happy to help, and glad I could turn a bad situation into a solution for you.
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@paulera Haha thank you sir (^^,)