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Re: INTERACTIVE USE OF MATHEMATICA

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  • Subject: [mg1278] Re: INTERACTIVE USE OF MATHEMATICA
  • From: bamberg at eecs.wsu.edu (Roberto Bamberger - Faculty)
  • Date: Wed, 31 May 1995 04:05:43 -0400
  • Organization: Washington State University

Via Mathlink, one can access ALL of Mathematica's features. Hence, yes,  
you can build such systems easily. Also, the next version of the GUI  
(3.0?) is reported to have palletes for building such GUI type tools all  
completely in Mathematica. I have heard through un-official channels that  
3.0 will be a bit more of a wait than originally anticipated, but that the  
new features (like the one you described) will be more than worth the  
wait.

-robert-
Arthur Einhorn writes
> I would like to know whether there is a way to build an application in 
> Mathematica that can run with interactive mouse control or may be in 
> pseudo 
> interactive mode, such as, move the cursor to some location of a graphic 
> output.  Presss a certain key, then certain modules will be activated  
and
> new 
> results will be computed using the location of the present mouse.
> 
> If this cannot be done with Mathematica, how about with MathLink to C or
> C++?
> 
> Thanks, Arthur Einhorn
> 
> 


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