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Re: Object-Oriented Paradigm in Mathematica?


Since Mathematica interprets and evaluates code on a cell-by-cell basis, there
are limits to what kinds of programming can be used.  Then again you can
actually use C++ if you look into MathLink.

Quoting Shyam Guthikonda <shyamguth at gmail.com>:

> I come from the world of C++ :) I am trying to perform various
> simulations using Mathematica, and I find myself coming up with all my
> algorithms in terms of objects.
>
> Does Mathematica support some type of Object-Oriented Paradigm? I was
> able to find a Classes.m package, but I read a few posts saying this was
> not the greatest.
>
> Is there a some standard package (with good documentation) that I can
> download somewhere?
>
> Thanks much,
> _Shyam
>
>



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