CASA Function: properties
Shows every information that is already known about the algebraic set.
Calling Sequence:
Parameters:
 A : algset

Result:
 B : algset
 The same algebraic set as A.
Description:
 The function shows every single detail that is internally stored in the CASA algebraic set structure, but does not initiate any computation itself. So one might see things that CASA programmers decided to store within the structure after a heavy computation in order not to recompute it again and again, like, for example, dimension, a Groebner basis, the genus, a neighborhood graph, etc.
Examples:
> A := mkImplAlgSet([x^2y],[x,y]);
> properties(A);
> g := genus(A);
> properties(A);
See Also:
[CASA]
[isProjective]
[dimension]
[genus]
[neighbGraph]
[Groebnerbasis]
[properParametrization]
[setPuiseuxExpansion]