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Re: Non-string output in for loop

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  • Subject: [mg43750] Re: Non-string output in for loop
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2003 02:28:40 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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may help you.


Peter Saffrey wrote:
> This is installment number 3 in my struggles with mathlink.
> I am writing an application that interacts with Mathematica (through
> mathlink) via a series of packages written by me. What I want is the
> output from a derived interpolating function so I can convert it into
> a data structure I can use for my own purposes. I have managed to make
> Mathematica dump the values from the interpoloating function table one
> by one, but unfortunately because I use the Mathematica Print function
> they are all sent back to me as strings. This is workable, but not
> very elegant or efficient since I'd have to do some ugly string
> processing to get at the numbers, rather than just using
> MLGetInteger().
> Is there any way I can get Mathematica to output the values not as
> strings? Essentially I need the following piece of code:
> For[i=1,i<=10,i++,Print[i]]
> to give me 1-10 but as "output" (as if you'd typed 1(enter)2(enter)...
> in a notebook), not as strings (print[1](enter)print[2](enter))etc.
> Peter

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