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Re: Newbie question Re: C# and Mathematica via NETLink

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  • Subject: [mg54133] Re: Newbie question Re: C# and Mathematica via NETLink
  • From: "news.optonline.net" <forge666spamisbad at spamisbadhotmail.com.lga.highwinds-media.com>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 03:33:57 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <cuf4gf$gi1$1@smc.vnet.net>
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Okay, I have made some progress.  It turns out that by specifying the
Wolfram.NETLink.UI namespace I block out all the Wolfram.NETLink calls.  Now
I used make each call by it's "full name"

There must be a better way.

Rail

"news.optonline.net"
<forge666spamisbad at spamisbadhotmail.com.lga.highwinds-media.com> wrote in
message news:cuf4gf$gi1$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> Hi-
>
> I am trying to call Mathematica from C# using NETLink.  I am using NETLink
> version 1.1 and can call a "ConsoleWindow" that creates a new Windows form
> with a title NETLink 1.1.  I note through my object browser in Microsoft
> Visual Suite that MathPictureBox and DoubleBufferedPanel are accessible.
> These are all members of Wolfram.NETLink.IU.
>
> I cannot access access any of the members of Wolfram.NETLink such as
> IKernelLink, IMathLink, etc.
>
> My question:
>
> Don't I need access to members of Wolfram.NETLink, such as IKernelLink in
> particular, to call Mathematica expressions?  There do not appear to be
ways
> to do this through the three members of Wolfram.NETLink.IU.
>
> Any comments suggestions or examples of code calls for a
WindowsApplication
> under C# would be apprecited
>
> Thanks,
>
> Rail
>
>
>
>
>


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