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Re: Mathematica --> C convertor, anyone?

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  • Subject: [mg1722] Re: Mathematica --> C convertor, anyone?
  • From: deppeler at math.ethz.ch (Harry Deppeler)
  • Date: Thu, 20 Jul 1995 23:26:35 -0400
  • Organization: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ)

David Grimes (dmgrime at forbin.syr.edu) wrote:
: Howdy,

: 	I am a computer engineering student working on a research
: project which involves the parallelization of some algorithms.  Some
: of the sequential algorithms have been implemented in mathematica, but
: I will need to do my work in C++.  I was wondering if there is such a
: thing as a Mathematica-->C converter.  I know it wouldn't convert
: everything, but it would be a great help.  Does such a thing exist?
: Where might I get it?  Reply by E-Mail would be best as I do not read
: this group too often.  Thanks, all!

: 				-Dave (dmgrime at mailbox.syr.edu)
Hi!


Mathematica 2.2 for SPARC
Copyright 1988-93 Wolfram Research, Inc.
 -- Motif graphics initialized -- 

In[1]:= ??CForm
CForm[expr] prints as a C language version of expr.

Attributes[CForm] = {Protected}


Hope that help!

harald (deppeler at math.ethz.ch)





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