Hello,

so assume you want to solve:

int_0^1 grad(u)grad(v) dx = int_0^1 v dx

on [0,1] mesh with let’s say N=5 cells (i.e. 6 nodes). For the basis, we want to use tent functions. I.e. something like this Tent functions

The cells are of width h=1/N, so they are equidistant.

I somehow fail to find out how I can use such a simple 1D mesh.

prj
#2
Please have a look at LaplacianCurve.edp.

Very little adjustements are needed, see below.

```
load "msh3"
meshL ThL3=Sline(6,[x,0,0]);
real[int] bb(6);
boundingbox(ThL3,bb);
fespace Vh(ThL3,P1);
func f = 1 ;
macro Grad3(uh) dx(uh) // EOM
Vh uLPb,vLPb;
// with problem
problem Lap3dL(uLPb,vLPb) = int1d(ThL3)(Grad3(uLPb)'*Grad3(vLPb))
- int1d ( ThL3 ) ( f * vLPb )
+ on(1,2,uLPb=0);
Lap3dL;
plot(ThL3,uLPb);
```