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3.5.2  The language mode

Xcas has its own language which it uses by default, but you can have it use the language used by Maple, MuPAD or the TI89 calculator.

You can set which language Xcas uses in the CAS configuration screen (see subsection 3.5.7). You can also use the function maple_mode. If you give it an argument of 0, maple_mode(0), then Xcas will use its own language. If you give it an argument of 1, maple_mode(1), then Xcas will use the Maple language. If you give it an argument of 2, maple_mode(2), then Xcas will use the MuPAD language. Finally, if you give it an argument of 3, maple_mode(3), then Xcas will use the TI89 language. The language you want to use will be stored in the configuration file (see subsection 3.5.10), and so can also be set there.


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