Re: Linking with C++
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- Subject: [mg23902] Re: Linking with C++
- From: "John Smith" <noone at msn.com>
- Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 00:51:46 -0400 (EDT)
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Mike - I am fairly certain you can define new objects and functions in an
initialization notebook and then alter your initialization file (it will
then read this file with each new session)
I do know for a fact you can link Mathematica to c,c++, fortran, java (new!)
and some others via their mathlink protocol. Hope this helps. They may
have some other info on their website.
"Mike Chesterman" <M.J.Chesterman at btinternet.com> wrote in message
news:8g7181$j1n at smc.vnet.net...
> I want to construct a mini package for Mathematica which involves
> defining new types of objects and functions of these objects , (to be
> specific 2D conformal fields in physics). Anyhow, I've only used
> Mathematica once 5 years ago and I need to know:
> 1) Can you define new types of objects, relations between them and
> functions of them purely in Mathematica?
> 2) If not is it possible to interface between Mathematica and
> C++, whereby the C++ bit can return expressions as well as numbers?
> Any advice welcome
> Mike C.
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