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Backward compatibility issues while DumpSaving Interpolation polynomials
I have bkwrd compatibility issues when I save my NDSolve result (which is an interpolating polynomia) using
from Mathematica 8 on Windows 7 and then try ...
Jun 28 '12 at 17:39
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