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Re: How to use Jlink to access Mathematica Boolean Functions


It looks like the answer is as simple as using Evaluate et al, e.g.

            String sBooleanFunction = ml.evaluateToOutputForm("BooleanFunction[30,{ x, y, z }]", 0);


This returns the expected function string, 

            (x && !y && !z) || (!x && y) || (!x && z)



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