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How well does Mathematica code exported to C compare to code directly written for C?
Essentially what it says in the title. Mathematica can, IIRC, export it's code to C. How much overhead does that inflict on the code, as compared to writing it from scratch in C?
Jan 27 '12 at 20:14
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