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comment Question regarding exporting of mx files
I'm not entirely sure I get what you mean, because words like parse and format just don't make sense in this Mathematica context. Nevertheless, I have updated my answer at the end with a different approach.
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comment Asynchronous Programming
The header is within the same directory as the demo files and the "async-examples-libmain.c" file. I easily find it with FileNames["async-examples.h", {$InstallationDirectory}, Infinity] too.
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If I have missed to discuss some important point, please comment and I try to elaborate on it.
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comment Get position from one list and choose element of another list in Compile
This is called a ragged array and it cannot be used as natural inside Compile as you might think. There are ways to solve this, but that are advanced and you already need to be quite confident with Compile to use them. In general, just think of it as impossible to either give ragged arrays as input or return them.
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comment Get position from one list and choose element of another list in Compile
Ask it as new question and give your short algorithm without using Compile, so that people understand what you try to do.
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answered Get position from one list and choose element of another list in Compile
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comment Asynchronous Programming
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Asynchronous Programming
Would you mind to join me in Mathematica Chat then we can quickly discuss and clear questions you have.
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comment Asynchronous Programming
Sorry, yes network packet. In German the word has kind of the same meaning :-)
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comment Asynchronous Programming
Well, you have several choices: JLink, MathLink, LibraryLink are three big players you should take into consideration if you know any Java or C. You wouldn't loose any packages as you can easily buffer them and send them on request to Mathematica. Or you make a package listener that once run, logs all packages to Mathematica. Shouldn't be too hard. If you know Java, go for a small JLink program. That is probably less error prone. If you are really talented in C, then of course use C.
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