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Re: Student Edition of Mathematica

  • Subject: [mg3270] Re: [mg3237] Student Edition of Mathematica
  • From: gchil0 at mik.uky.edu (Greg Childers)
  • Date: 23 Feb 1996 08:53:36 -0600
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At 03:01 AM 2/19/96 -0500, Franklin Lonberg wrote:
>Is there any difference in the performance of the student edition of 
>Mathematica running on a Pentium Windows 95 computer, as compared with the
>regular version, i. e. is it somehow hadicapped to make it run slower, or 
>is the difference only in the lack of completeness of the Student Edition
>
>

In the latest Windows version (2.2.4), there is functionally no difference
between the Professional and Student versions.  In this version, they
implemented numeric coprocessor support in the Student version (finally).
All packages are also included.  The documentation supplied with the Student
version, however, is not as complete.

Greg Childers



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