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Re: Mathlink problem with lists of reals


The reason WriteSample is returning is because of what you have in your
:Pattern: field in your template file.  The :Pattern: field specifies
the pattern matching that your Mathematica function will do, and the patterns
here should match the Heads of the expressions your function expects.  So you 
should change your :Pattern: field to:

:Pattern: WriteSample[filename_String, ns_List]

(See the Mathematica Book (Third Edition), section 2.12.4 for an example
of sending a List to a template-based MathLink program).  Also, to see
what patterns are defined for your installed program, you can use the
LinkPatterns function.

Kevin Leuthold
MathLink Group
Wolfram Research

Dave Grosvenor <> writes:


>Has anyone else had a problem passing a list of Reals from mathematica
>to a c program?

>Or am I making a real simple mistake?

>I would be grateful for examples which  do something similar.

>  Dave Grosvenor

>In detail

>I have got mathlink to pass lists of reals from c to mathematica. But
>now I want to   write the reals to a specified file.  This is so simple
>I cannot beleive it is not working.

>I define the following template 

>:Function: writesample
>:Pattern: WriteSample[filename_String, ns_RealList]
>:Arguments: {filename, ns}
>:ArgumentTypes: {String, RealList}
>:ReturnType: Integer

>This is called as follows:-


>evaluating to 

>The call never reaches my c function code, which is defined as follows:-

>int main(int argc,char* argv[])
>int result;

>result = MLMain(argc,argv);

>return result;

>int writesample(char* filename,double px[],long nx) {
>FILE* outp = fopen(filename,"wb");
>long i;

>for (i=0;i<nx;i++){
> fprintf(outp,"%e\n",px[i]);


>I have put in assert(1!=1) at various points in the writesampletm.c file
>which was generated from the template, and it seems to fail much

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