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As Szabolcs says, the problem is that you aren't linking with the MathLink libraries. The docs you cite give a method of doing this, but you might find it easiest (and it's easiest to explain) to simply add the ml32i4m.lib file to your Visual Studio project. (Use ml64i4m.lib, of course, if you are building a 64-bit program.) Right-click on your project in ...


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This is a linking error, not a compilation error. It occurs because the linker can't find MLEvaluate(): the documentation states that MLEvaluate() is only available for use in mprep MathLink template programs. That's because this function is defined in the C source output by mprep when processing a template files. Template files apply only when you ...



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