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Re: Mathematica into generic code?
Hello Marcus, Pythonica is an implementation of certain parts of Mathematica in Python: http://www.strout.net/python/pythonica.html Best regards, Hannes On 3 Jul., 12:21, Marcus Booster <marcusboos... at mailinator.com> wrote: > Hello. > I'm interested in exploring and developing ideas in Mathematica and then implementing them in another "more formal" language. > Python, Java, C, I don't know; but is that something that is normally done? If so, does anyone have any good reference links or cheat-sheets they'd be willing to share? I guess I'm looking for ways to turn a specific Mathematica function into more generic computer code. > Thanks for any help.