Where can I find the definition of a function?

Nicholasfox shared this question 2 months ago
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In this example, where can I find the definition of function inver()? It's not a predifined func.https://www.geogebra.org/m/VFdpRKhj

Thanks.

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I don't see inver() in that file at all/diINTZgAAAAASUVORK5CYII=

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there it is.

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There is an inser() tool, it's a user defined one.

Select Tools->Manage tools, then select Open in the appearing dialog window

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But where is its definition?

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If you do as I suggested, you will see the output of the tool, that is the list in the pic, defined as in the pic.

When you create a tool you can assign an icon to it, as well as a name, and the name is user defined.

So, the input objects are the two texts in the pic, the output object is the list in the pic.

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By right clicking on any object in ggb, you can see its definition.

You can also show objects by default using their definitions, instead of their values.

Click on the fx button on top of the Algebra View in order to choose how to display objects.

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Maybe there's different between ggb classic 6 and 5. I have no "open" botton.dc6c2a40f3b4a5139b8f1fd1105be6b5

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