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Mathematica code with C + HPGCC  Sujith Abraham  09282010 If anyone here use HPGCC, can you tell, if we can use programs in Mathematica from C?
I guess it is too much to ask, I am just curious.
Re: Mathematica code with C + HPGCC  David Hayden  09282010 Sujith, I don't know if this is possible but I doubt it. We would have to port the Mathematica programs, along with Mathematica itself, to the calculator and then call the programs from within C code. I can't imagine that the calculator has enough memory for that.
Dave
Re: Mathematica code with C + HPGCC  Ralf Fritzsch  09292010 Quote:
At least the naming conventions are a bit different on both sides. A quick lookup involving the result of Integrate[1/(1 + x^3), x] and piping it through CForm in Mathematica showed, that Mathematica uses ArcTan, Sqrt, Log, and Power, whereas HPGCC prefers atan, sqrt, and log. Trying to compile Mathematica generated CCode within HPGCC thus yields messages like
HPGCC still active  Sujith Abraham  10012010 I know this is asking for too much on a small device with such a limited resource. Anyway you can do a **lot** with C programming alone, and it makes it worthy.
What happened to HPGCC? Is it still under active development?
