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Compatibility of Mathematica Notebooks written on Mac with Windows
I wrote a notebook on Mac OS 10.7.4 and run it on Windows XP at work. On my Mac I use a full version of Mathematia 220.127.116.11, whereas on the Windows-system only a trial version (Version 18.104.22.168.). ...
Jun 26 '12 at 19:35
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