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RE: mathematica & fortran ??

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  • Subject: [mg71424] RE: [mg71405] mathematica & fortran ??
  • From: "David Annetts" <davidannetts at aapt.net.au>
  • Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2006 04:40:56 -0500 (EST)

Hi Fish,

>    I have been using the software of Mathematica for 2 years. 
> It is a good software.
>    Those days, I meet a difficulty. I compile a program, 
> which is written in Fortran language. In it, there is a 
> Bessel function. I want to get the high precision value of 
> the function. Unfortunately, I failed.
> 
>    As we know, the software of Mathematica supplies the 
> Bessel function with high precision. So I want to ask whether 
> we can run the two softwares, Mathematica and Fortran 
> language, simultaneously? Then I can directly use the Bessel 
> function in Mathematica for my Fortran program.
> 
> 
>    If you have a good idea, welcome to contact with me. You 
> can email me, xylai2000 at gmail.com.

There is MathLink which you can use to access functions written in another
language as if they were native.  However, you _might_ not need Fortran,
since from memory, C/C++ has Bessel functions in the standard libraries.

Regards,

Dave.


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