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Re: c++ book

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  • Subject: [mg37216] Re: c++ book
  • From: "Jeff Dillon" <jeffdi at>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 00:08:37 -0400 (EDT)
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Perhaps Numerical Recipes in C++

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From: "Christopher Maierle" <chris at>
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Subject: [mg37216]  c++ book

> Hi,
> I'm looking for a book recommendation.
> I've been using mathematica and I love it.  I'd like to speed up some of
> my Mathematica codes though.  What I really want to do is code some basic
> steps in a lower level language.  I need to somehow set up c/c++ code
> for operators, how they multiply, and also deal with multiplicative
> and addition for example.  I currently do this all with Mathematica but
> large symbolic calculations involving many operations Mathematica becomes
> slow. (at least with my coding ability ;) )  Does anyone have any
> recommendations for a c++ book along these lines?  Simply put, I basically
> want to write c++ code that functions similarly to mathematica but that
> is specialized to particlar types of algebraic problems and therefore
> runs faster.  Any suggestions?
> -chris

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