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Re: Re: Re: Any Mathematica 6 book yet?


On 29 Sep 2007, at 19:25, Nasser Abbasi wrote:

> There are few things that would make Matematica 'easier' to use by  
> those
> engineers who are so used to that 'other' tool (which we all know  
> what it
> is).

We do? I can think of at least two popular commercial "other  
tools" (one used more often by engineers and the other by  
mathematicians) and a lot of (more or less) free ones. Curiously,  
most of them have names beginning with the same first letter as  
Mathematica.
Personally, while I have several of them on external hard disks, I  
hardly ever feel any need or desire to use them.

Andrzej Kozlowski



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