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Sebastien
07/25/08 11:07am

Hello, I've searched (but not found) books to learn how to program with mathematica 6. These are updated to the version 5 at most. Are there a lot of difference between the version 5 and 6 (in the programming field)?

What I want to do is :

Design a program that imports, daily, automatically, different .xls files (updated by an other program), makes different operations on these data and give me the result. And after, makes an operation on all the results.

In other words
While i<n;
i=0
Step 1 : Import the files i;
Step 2 : Apply the algorithm A to the data;
Step 3 : Store the result i in a notebook;
Step 4 : i=+1;
Step 5 : go to Step 1;

When all the files are processed, apply an algorithm on the results stored in the notebook.

Any useful comment will be appreciated.

URL: sebastiendebrulle@mac.com,

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