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    Dynamic dimensions for callbacks · 00d7b1db
    Liam Healy authored
    Dimensions that have been placed into the dynamic-variable are now
    read and used for array input, as for example in Monte Carlo.
    Functions that use callbacks with scalar input and output (as for
    example in numerical-integration and numerical-differentiation) are
    now expanded directly with a funcall instead of call-maybe-scalar.
    Modifications and new definitions to set arrays partly written and
    untested, await changes to defmobject where callbacks setting array
    values exist.
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