# zero

From spray v1.0-6
by Robin K S Hankin

##### The zero polynomial

Test for the zero, or empty, polynomial

- Keywords
- datasets

##### Usage

```
zero(d)
is.zero(L)
is.empty(L)
```

##### Arguments

- L
A two-element list of indices and values, possibly a spray object

- d
Integer specifying dimensionality of the spray (the arity)

##### Details

Functions `is.empty()`

and `is.zero()`

are synonyms. If spray
objects are interpreted as multivariate polynomials,
“`is.zero()`

” is more intuitive, if sprays are interpreted
as sparse arrays, “`is.empty()`

” is better (for me).

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
a <- lone(1,3)
is.zero(a-a) # should be TRUE
is.zero(zero(6))
x <- spray(t(0:1))
y <- spray(t(1:0))
is.zero((x+y)*(x-y)-(x^2-y^2)) # TRUE
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package spray, version 1.0-6, License: GPL (>= 2)*

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