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How one can check in Singlar that two ideals are equal? For example in macaulay 2, it is enough to write I==J, and then we will get True or False...

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closed as off topic by quid, Martin Brandenburg, Andreas Blass, Felipe Voloch, J.C. Ottem Oct 28 '11 at 14:06

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Read the manual? – J.C. Ottem Oct 28 '11 at 11:54
Also, on the website you give in the title you will find a link to a forum specifically dedicated to Singular. In general I consider basic question on the usage of specific software as off-topic for MO (specialized ones and question about software are something else). – user9072 Oct 28 '11 at 12:11