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Reading in scientific notation from C++ to Mathematica
With a text file with entries formatted as (output from C++):
f[38.67] = -2.5387862698183892298317350539374412777263289550697e-05; ⋮
Is there a way to read this ...
Nov 22 '12 at 12:48
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