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Re: interactive web pages w/ Mathematica


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  • Subject: [mg10591] Re: interactive web pages w/ Mathematica
  • From: Dr Phillip Kent <p.kent@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 04:42:23 -0500
  • Organization: Imperial College
  • References: <6a1riq$q8g@smc.vnet.net>

Bill Harbaugh wrote:
> 
> I'm interesting in writing a web page that will take some input, process
> it through Mathematica, and write the results to a web page.  I
> understand this is possible using MathLink.  Has anyone done this, and
> if so do they have a sample of the code they'd be willing to share?
> 

Wolfram Research have some very powerful new code under development. It
is not currently in the public domain.

A very basic MathLink program was developed by Ed Donley - link via 

http://www.ma.iup.edu/projects/CalcDEMma/math2html.html

You need to be aware that security is not a simple matter - it is quite
possible for a Mathematica kernel to start issuing dangerous
instructions to its host computer.

-Phillip

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