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In the past, I have found using .NET/Link to be the easiest. You can call C DLL's very easily on Windows, without the need for templates as in MathLink.

You may want to look at this presentation.

In the past, I have found using .NET/Link to be the easiest. You can call C DLL's very easily on Windows, without the need for templates as in MathLink.

You may want to look at this presentation: Integrating C and Mathematica.

In the past, I have found using .NET/Link to be the easiest. You can call C DLL's very easily on Windows, without the need for templates as in MathLink.

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You may want to look at this presentation.

In the past, I have found using .NetLinkNET/Link to be the easiest. You can call c dll'sC DLL's very easily on Windows, without the need for templates as in MathlinkMathLink.

You may want to look at this presentation.

In the past, I have found using .NetLink to be the easiest. You can call c dll's very easily on Windows, without the need for templates as in Mathlink

You may want to look at this presentation.

In the past, I have found using .NET/Link to be the easiest. You can call C DLL's very easily on Windows, without the need for templates as in MathLink.

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You may want to look at this presentation.

In the past, I have found using .NetLink to be the easiest. You can call c dll's very easily on Windows, without the need for templates as in Mathlink