IntegralSymbolic Command

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IntegralSymbolic(<Function>)
Gives the indefinite symbolic integral, so that the unknown constant c is not automatically a slider, with respect to the main variable.
Example: IntegralSymbolic(3x^2) yields x^3+c_{1}.


IntegralSymbolic(<Function>, <Variable>)
Gives the partial symbolic integral, so that the unknown constant c is not automatically a slider, with respect to the given variable.
Example: IntegralSymbolic(x³+3x y, x) gives \frac{1}{4}x^4 + \frac{3}{2} x² y+c_{1} .
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