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Mathematica .NET/Link: closing kernel window

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Hi

I am using Mathematica 5.0 to make a plot in Visual Studio 2005 beta.
Each time, a window of the kernel opens. I want the window to close
once I close my form. Can someone please guide me on how to do that.

Thanks
Siddharth Jain

Nov 17 '05 #1
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Siddharth,

Are you using automation to use Mathematica? Does the main object you
instantiate have a Quit or a Close method on it, or does it implement
IDisposable? If any of these are true, you should call the method to make
sure the app shuts down, and then release the reference.

Hope this helps.
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- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
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Hi

I am using Mathematica 5.0 to make a plot in Visual Studio 2005 beta.
Each time, a window of the kernel opens. I want the window to close
once I close my form. Can someone please guide me on how to do that.

Thanks
Siddharth Jain

Nov 17 '05 #2

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