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MATRIXx and Java

MATRIXx and Java

Hello,

 

does MATRIXx have any connector or interface for Java? For example I want to start a GUI, that changes some variables in Xmath, by instantiating a Java class.

 

I coundn't find anything about it in MATRIXx help or user guides, so I hope someone can help me. 

 

Thanks,

Jewgenij

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Re: MATRIXx and Java

HelloJewgenij,

There was another discussion forum post with a similar question.  Please look here and let us know if this answers your question or not.

 

Regards,

Angela M

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Hello Angela,

 

I've read already the discussion before I posted this thread. I wasn't sure if it is the answer, so I asked more exactly.

I hope you could me answer more exactly than in the other thread, too.

 

Thanks,

Jewgenij

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Hello Jewgenij,

There is not an interface written explicitely to talk with Java.  If your goal is to be able to programmatically be able to create and control a GUI, then I would recommend using the built in functionality of MATRIXx.  See Chapter 9 of the Xmath User Guide for details on this API.  As you will see in this chapter, there is an example of a GUI implementation which you can see if you type ifilter in the command window.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Regards,

Angela M

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