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From: Oliver Bandel <oliver@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml as fancy calculator...

On Sun, 5 Aug 2001, Pixel wrote:

> Oliver Bandel <> writes:
> > So I'm thinking about implementing some simple
> > routines for loading data-files, doing mathematical
> > operations and writing the results as ASCII-output and
> > maybe as postscript-output (or psTricks-Output for including
> > the reults in LaTeX-documents).
> have a look at mathplot:
> It's written in OCaml using the Tk toolkit for the GUI frontend

I tried mathplot some weeks ago, but can't compile it.
I think it is written in Caml Light, or it was a very old
version of COaml... I don't remember. But it was not
possible to let it run.

The other point is: If I use ready written software,
I can not learn programming OCaml.....


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