This is WALKSab That automatically generates, and solves the algebraic equations for the generating functions let’s call them F[0,i](x[a],x[-b]), for i=0,1, ..., b-1 for walks in the upper plane starting at the origin with steps (1,a) and (1,-b), such that their graphs are always weakly above the origin and end-up at a point where y=i (and x anything). It is one of the packages that accompany the article: ”An Experimental Mathematics Perspective of the Old, and Still open Question, of when to Stop” by Luis Medina and and Doron Zeilberger,`

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  1. Medina, Luis A.; Zeilberger, Doron: An experimental mathematics perspective on the old, and still open, question of when to stop? (2010)