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  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • From: yoda at ele.crl.melco.co.jp
  • Date: Wed, 27 May 92 15:22:05 JST

   >>
   >>It seems to me that Mma needs to have a compiler available to
   >>use on finished code for production runs, and to provide compiled
   >>rather than interpreted plugin units.  Is such a thing in the works?
   >>Without that Mma is only useful for preliminary exploration in
   >>many problems.  It seems unreasonable to have to recode in C or LISP
   >>to get the speed needed to explore a problem, and it requires
   >>reinventing all of the algorithms already available in Mma.
   >>
I like your requests, Mathematica real compliler.... ummm, ummm, 
that sounds good, that sounds good.
Even BASIC has its compiler!
Why not mma.

Kiyoshi Yoda
Mitsubishi Electric





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