Time derivative of expression or

partial derivative of function

#### Syntax

**der**(expr) or
IDENT "=" **der** "(" name "," IDENT { "," IDENT } ")" comment

#### Description

The first form is the time derivative of expression expr. If the
expression expr is a scalar it needs to be a subtype of Real. The
expression and all its subexpressions must be differentiable. If
expr is an array, the operator is applied to all elements of the
array. For Real parameters and constants the result is a zero
scalar or array of the same size as the variable.

The second form is the partial derivative of a function and may
only be used as declarations of functions. The semantics is that a
function [and only a function] can be specified in this form,
defining that it is the partial derivative of the function to the
right of the equal sign (looked up in the same way as a short class
definition - the looked up name must be a function), and partially
differentiated with respect to each IDENT in order (starting from
the first one). The IDENT must be Real inputs to the function. The
comment allows a user to comment the function (in the info-layer
and as one-line description, and as icon).

#### Examples

Real x, xdot1, xdot2;
**equation**
xdot1 = **der**(x);
xdot2 = **der**(x*sin(x));

The specific enthalpy can be computed from a Gibbs-function as
follows:

**function** Gibbs
**input** Real p,T;
**output** Real g;
**algorithm**
...
**end** Gibbs;
**function** Gibbs_T=**der**(Gibbs, T);
**function** specificEnthalpy
**input** Real p,T;
**output** Real h;
**algorithm**
h:=Gibbs(p,T)-T*Gibbs_T(p,T);
**end** specificEnthalpy;

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