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*From*: uiucuxc!ux.ncsa.uiuc.edu!u12253 (Charles G. Fleming)*Date*: Mon, 12 Feb 90 13:20:36 -0600*Apparently-to*: uiucuxc!yoda.ncsa.uiuc.edu!mathgroup-send

Subject: Splice I have been using Mathematica to generate some systems of differential equations and then splice the resulting equations into a FORTRAN (gag) program so that they can be numberically solved using the imsl package. The problem is that if the equations are too long for FORTRAN splice does not break the output into several lines with continuation markers. In other words, it seems that FortranForm on Mathematica doesn't work as it should. I wrote a C program to reformat splice's output, but this is something that FortranForm should do. Perhaps I'm not using the correct options with splice. Are you familiar with this problem or do you know someone at WRI that could give me a work-around? Thanks. chuck fleming u12253 at ux.ncsa.uiuc.edu