Europeans! You use a comma for the decimal separator, like π = 3,14159... which is FINE.

But what do you do for functions of more than one variable?

Like: f(x,t) = t(1,23, 4,56) ???

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@christianp you have several alternatives: put decimal comas as ', use ; for separate arguments are the most common I Think

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