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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, ...
Apr 23 '13 at 15:10
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