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Load a Mathematica Notebook using .Net code

I have gotten a tremendous amount of information from the question posted at (Load a Mathematica Package via .Net code), which my application is very similar to. Specifically in that thread, the ...
4
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1answer
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How can multiple null terminated strings be handled in a DLL-function result?

I am trying to connect a classic System Dynamics tool (Vensim DSS) with Mathematica using a DLL that is included in Vensim DSS. Reading though the instructions on how to define DLL functions on how to ...
10
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1answer
391 views

Mathematica Functions from VBA

I'm trying to call Mathematica functions from VBA (Excel) using .NETLink without success. (Yes, I know Mathematica Link for Excel exists. And yes, I know the proper thing to do is buy it. However, ...
10
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1answer
543 views

Load a Mathematica Package via .Net code

I'm using C# to pass data to Mathematica and return graphs: ...
10
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1answer
916 views

How can I deploy DLL files created by a Fortran function and call them from Mathematica

This is my Fortran function, established by Intel visual Fortran 11.1 ...
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2answers
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Is it possible to embed the Mathematica editor?

Is it possible to embed a Mathematica window into a .NET application? I mean not just the interop, but actually making the notebook editor window part of a .NET form. Is this possible?
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2answers
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How do I call a 32-bit DLL using .NET/Link and a 64-bit version of Mathematica?

The .NET/Link tutorial shows how to call functions defined in DLLs. The example uses the GetTickCount Win32 API function ...
22
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3answers
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Calling IronPython code from Mathematica

I'd like to call some IronPython code from Mathematica using .NET/Link. The problem is that the code lives in .py files, yet from Mathematica I can only load .NET assemblies which are DLLs. So it ...
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1answer
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Is it possible to use C# LINQ from Mathematica using .NET/Link?

Using Mathematica's .NET/Link (NETLink`) package, is it possible to call out to .NET's LINQ facilities for list manipulation and other operations?