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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 ...
Feb 16 '12 at 23:21
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