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Re: General question about WebMathematica

webMathematica is a separate product that includes a (non-student) 
version of Mathematica itself, all to run on a server where it serves up 
an author's special applications that, typically, allow user input. 
It's not something you would run with your own, free-standing copy of 

Alexander Erlich wrote:
> Hello,
> I find the concept of WebMathematica very interesting, but I couldn't make
> out whether I can use it with my Mathematica 6 Student version. Perhaps
> someone knows (where to find out)?
> Regards,
> Alexander

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