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Q: Good book on programming...

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  • Subject: [mg2517] Q: Good book on programming...
  • From: vigil at csc-iimas.unam.mx
  • Date: Wed, 15 Nov 1995 02:02:03 -0500
  • Organization: A poorly-installed InterNetNews site

I am interested in starting to program an application to communicate with
the Mathematica Kernel directly for getting factorizations, graphs, logplots, etc.

I want to know if there is a good slow- step by step book on how to do that...


And where can I get it?... I am in Mexico City, and the only good book I have
found besides the ones that come with the software is "Mathematica for the
Sciencies" by Crandall.

Greetings.

n0paL -- Alan Aspuru


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