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Dead Thread, some clarification...

I'm afraid I misspoke yesterday.  Both examples were tried with the 
ExtendGraphics version of ListContourPlot, but in case #1, the argument 
was a list of {x,y,z} triples, and in case #2, the argument was the 
corresponding rectangular array of z-values.

Also, I now believe the problem has to do with MathLink.  Yesterday, I 
was working with the MultiLinkServer and Mathematica Link for Excel, 
which, I assume, makes use of MathLink.  So I tried the following 
examples in a fresh Mathematica session running a local Kernel:

pts= Table[x y,{x,-1.,1.,.2},{y,-1.,1.,.2}];
  MeshRange->{{-1.,1.},{-1.,1.}},DisplayFunction->$DisplayFunction ]

, and

 pts2=Flatten[Table[{x,y,x y},{x,-1.,1.,.2},{y,-1.,1.,.2}],1 ];
  MeshRange->{{-1.,1.},{-1.,1.}},DisplayFunction->$DisplayFunction ]

Both plots should be colored contour plots.  (Requires the 
ExtendGraphics packages.)

Could my problem be a result of the MathLink bug in version 3.0.x ?  or 
is it be a problem with MultiLink (I haven't yet written Episoft about 
this)?  The Contour package apparently runs using MathLink to some 
independently running packages that Tom wrote, and I wonder if the two 
usages of MathLink are somehow interfering with each other.  I'd still 
like to contour plot irregularly spaced data with color while linking to 
mark harder
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