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Sequence of vectors makes a sequence of points instead.
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When I type the following code, I expect to see vectors from the origin to the grid of points defined by the nested sequences: list1:=Sequence[Sequence[Vector[(i, j)],i,5,5],j,5,5]
Instead I get points where the heads of the vector arrows should be. I suspect this is an error with GeoGebra, but let me know if it's my code.
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what looks strange: if you type Sequence[Sequence[Vector[(i, j)],i,5,5],j,5,5] in the Input bar, you get what you want: a sequence of vectors, drawn in the Graphics and defined in the Algebra View as a list.
Bur if you type list1:=Sequence[Sequence[Vector[(i, j)],i,5,5],j,5,5] in CAS you get a list of points, the same as if you type the command Sequence[Sequence[Vector[(i, j)],i,5,5],j,5,5] in CAS without list1:=
So CAS and Input bar indeed define different types of objects with the same command.
chris
Thanks, we'll check: https://jira.geogebra.org/b...
Please try the new version (5.0.351.0)
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