Cm - CSharp Based Mathematical Computation

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CM is a C# based Mathematical language which makes it easier for scientist, engineers and students to do scientific computation. CM will provide a mechanism for “NO LOOP” programming which is much like MatLab or Fortran. It's developed in C#.



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