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Re: Mathematica and Visual basic


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  • Subject: [mg10333] Re: Mathematica and Visual basic
  • From: kevinl@wolfram.com (Kevin Leuthold)
  • Date: Thu, 8 Jan 1998 23:40:55 -0500
  • Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc
  • References: <68s8nd$5r4@smc.vnet.net>


Richard,

One place to look is in the MathLink Developers Kit (for Mathematica 
3.0).  There is an example there of a sample Visual Basic program that 
acts as a front end to the Mathematica Kernel via MathLink.  You can
find  it in AddOns\MathLink\DevelopersKits\Windows\UnsupportedGoodies.

Kevin Leuthold
Wolfram Research

In article <68s8nd$5r4@smc.vnet.net>, rbrasta@u.washington.edu says...
> Where might I find resources to link a GUI created in Visual Basic
> (version 5.0) to the Mathematica kernel? I would like the user to be
> able to enter input into the front-end created by Visual Basic, have
> the front-end call the Mathematica kernel to perform calculations and
> then return the answer to the front-end. Is there a way to expose
> Mathematica's object library via OLE?
> 
>                                                 Thanks
> 
>                                                 Richard Bryant
>                                                 rbrasta@u.washington.edu
> 
> 
> 



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