synopsis: INT operate_perm_polynom(OP a,b,c)


apply the PERMUTATION object a to a POLYNOM object b a changes the entries of the self-part of b according to the permutation, the result becomes the POLYNOM object c. This works for arbitrary length of a. If we have a empty polynom, i.e. the self-part is NULL, there is copy from b to c.


c must be different from a and b, the type of the PERMUTATION a must be VECTOR.

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