How to use poly2list for specific variables?

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Hi there,
In the example 2 of the help for 'poly2list', it shows as follows:
In this example the polynomial is bivariate, thus exponent vectors are returned:
poly2list((x*(y + 1))^2, [x, y])
How to use this in MATLAB? I tried feval but it shows error:
>> syms x y
>> feval(symengine, 'poly2list', (x*(y + 1))^2, [x, y])
Error using mupadengine/feval (line 163)
The number of arguments is incorrect.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 30 Nov 2017
symLIST = @(varargin)feval(symengine,'DOM_LIST',varargin{:});
feval(symengine,'poly2list', (x*(y + 1))^2, symLIST(x,y))
Dan Li
Dan Li on 30 Nov 2017
Thanks you very much! This really helps me a lot!

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Karan Gill
Karan Gill on 30 Nov 2017
Edited: Karan Gill on 5 Dec 2017
In general, I don't recommend using MuPAD commands, as the note at the top says.
Is coeffs helpful?
>> syms x y
p = (x*(y + 1))^2;
[C,T] = coeffs(p,[x y]) % C = coeffs, T = terms
C =
[ 1, 2, 1]
T =
[ x^2*y^2, x^2*y, x^2]
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Dan Li
Dan Li on 30 Nov 2017
I also want extract the power value of every variable in every monomial. Is there any way to convert the x^2*y^2 to [2, 2]?

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