MathCode: a system for C++ or Fortran code generation from Mathematica. MathCode is a package that translates a subset of Mathematica into a compiled language like Fortran or C++. The chief goal of the design of MathCode is to add extra performance and portability to the symbolic prototyping capabilities offered by Mathematica. This article discusses several important features of MathCode, such as adding type declarations, examples of functions that can be translated, ways to extend the compilable subset, and generating a stand-alone executable, and presents a few application examples.
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