[om] Manipulating Structured Data

David Carlisle davidc at nag.co.uk
Tue Nov 19 16:48:37 CET 2002

> You do not use OM to sum anything.  You use OM to designate
> a data object.

This is true, although in natural language it is sometimes more
convenient to ask "what is the openmath for the sum" than to ask
"what is the openmath representing an object that may result in an
openmath aware program evaluating the sum"

> If you wish to sum stuff up, you have to write a program.   

More exactly _someone_ has to write a program, but that may already have
been done, and all you need to is pass the right data to that existing


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