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Re: Simple Question

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  • Subject: [mg110896] Re: Simple Question
  • From: "Nasser M. Abbasi" <nma at>
  • Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2010 06:32:24 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <i1998f$pu8$>
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On 7/10/2010 12:59 AM, KFUPM wrote:
> Dear All
> Is it possible in Mathematica to generate a stand-alone code that
> doesn't require Mathematica to exist for execution. I have done this
> in Fortran and wondering if this exists in Mathematica.
> Your help is appreciated.
> Regards,

Using a Mathematica player, one does not need Mathematica itself to run 
the code.

Check WRI web site for more details on how to convert your code to run 
in a player :

"Rather than just a reader, like Acrobat Reader, or a thin runtime, like 
Flash Player, Mathematica Player has the full Mathematica  engine 
embedded right there--ready to make documents come alive or to power 
applets. (Of course, don't forget it can read notebooks too!) "

If you mean to actually compile Mathematica code and generate a .EXE, 
then no. There is no such compiler for Mathematica.


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