In a complex calculation, a power of negative exponent could not give the good result.
This version fixes also a lot of minor flaws.
The calculation engine has been improved.
The function mod(a,b) giving the reste of the euclidian division of a through b accepts an argument a of negative value.
You can now use the syntax primitive(formula, variable, a, b).
For instance, primitive (x^,x,1,2) will give a result equal to 2²-1²=3 and, in a LaTeX display, \ForSimpf will give the usual representation of a primitive calculation.
In a LaTeX display, the rendering of complex conjugates has been improved (the syntax is conj(z) where z is a complex number already defined).
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