Mathematica is a feature-rich, high-level programming language which has historically been used by engineers. This book unpacks Mathematica for programmers, building insights into programming style via real world syntax, real world examples, and extensive parallels to other languages.
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A step-by=step programmer's guide to harnessing all the power of Mathematica Now you cna dramatically improve your programming abilities with this comprehensive, hands-on guide to the feature-rich, fully interactive Mathematica programming language. Power Programming with Mathematica: The Kernel offers you a self-contained overview of this ghigh-level language, featuring real-world programming tips and techniques-plus an accompanying disk with an array of advanced programming examples, utilities, and supported exercises. This unique, step-by-step programming tool includes: New kernel features of Mathematica version 3; Expert coverage of the fundamental principles underlying Mathematica, and how to master them; Extensive parallels to other languages that most programmers are familiar with, such as Fortran, C, and Lisp; Detailed explanations of advanced topics like debugging, performance tuning, robustness, and code integration; solid information and tips for working with athLink. Filled with programming-related examples and illustrations, this complete tutorial contains everything you need to harness all the power of the "industrial-strength" Mathematica language-and greatly expand your programming potential.
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Descripción Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11007912237X