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Re: Student version of Mathematica and Mathlink


Dwarf wrote:
> 
> Does anyone know if the student version of Mathematica has access to the
> mathlink ability to implement a C program as a function.  I am doing a
> project and it involves some pretty heavy number crunching.  I hear that
> using mathlink and an external C program can spped it up a bit (8 hours
> on a 486/100 16M ram is a bit much!)
> 
> If the student version does not come with Mathlink, can it be purchased
> separately?
> 
> TIA
> 
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I don't have my student mma book with me, but I'm pretty sure
that it's full-featured, meaning you can implement MathLink.
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