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Hi to all.
I would to develop a mathematical software in Visual Basic .NET.
Equations, system of equation, inequalities, radical, logarithm, limits,
differenzial equation ecc....
..NET is not able in this problems.
A way exists in order to expand the mathematical capacity of the .NET ?
Tanks to all.

StarryNight
Nov 12 '06 #1
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write your own math classes?! there is already a System.Math class with a
lot of stuff in it

"StarryNight" <St****@tin.itwrote in message
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Hi to all.
I would to develop a mathematical software in Visual Basic .NET.
Equations, system of equation, inequalities, radical, logarithm, limits,
differenzial equation ecc....
.NET is not able in this problems.
A way exists in order to expand the mathematical capacity of the .NET ?
Tanks to all.

StarryNight


Nov 12 '06 #2

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Yes

and if your needed method isn`t there you could easily write your own
methods

or what are we missing ??

regards

Michel Posseth [MCP]
"Smokey Grindel" <no****@nospam.netschreef in bericht
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write your own math classes?! there is already a System.Math class with a
lot of stuff in it

"StarryNight" <St****@tin.itwrote in message
news:45***********************@reader4.news.tin.it ...
>Hi to all.
I would to develop a mathematical software in Visual Basic .NET.
Equations, system of equation, inequalities, radical, logarithm, limits,
differenzial equation ecc....
.NET is not able in this problems.
A way exists in order to expand the mathematical capacity of the .NET ?
Tanks to all.

StarryNight



Nov 12 '06 #3

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"Smokey Grindel" <no****@nospam.netha scritto nel messaggio
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write your own math classes?! there is already a >System.Math class with a
lot of stuff in it
Hi.
Oh no, sorry, but not think
To resolve a simple equation also,
there is need of classes many complex that the .NET does not have.
Bye
Nov 12 '06 #4

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"StarryNight" <St*********@tin.itwrote in news:4557702f$0$19245
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Hi.
Oh no, sorry, but not think
To resolve a simple equation also,
there is need of classes many complex that the .NET does not have.
Bye
If you need complex equations, you can use MatLab within .NET. Or you can
hook into Excel's Math Library.

Or if you google - I'm sure someone's already written a .NET Math Library
too.
Nov 12 '06 #5

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