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From: Lars Gregersen <larsg @ comsol . dk>
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Subject: Re: Where can I find the matlab language specification&#65311;
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On 24 Feb 2004 20:16:57 -0800, fangyidong@yahoo.com.cn (Fang Yidong)
wrote:

>I'd like integrate matlab into my own system(so that my system can
>interpret m-file directly).

Sounds like a nice project. You'll have to put together your own
language specification though.

  Lars

Lars Gregersen
COMSOL A/S
http://www.comsol.dk