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Re: .NET/Link and freeware

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  • Subject: [mg128381] Re: .NET/Link and freeware
  • From: Frank K <fkampas at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2012 02:09:27 -0400 (EDT)
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> Greetings, comrades!
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> I have a small misunderstanding about .NET / Link. Can the program which uses. NET / Link be run in any way without Wolfram Mathematiica?
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> Thank you for your help.

You could rewrite the program in a .net language, assuming it doesn't use any Mathematica features which are not in that language.



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