extra_sources.zip (50 kB) are the files mp.c and pariinl.h to replace the distributed ones.

**Please
note**: as licence the GNU GPL applies
of
course. You find Pari's homepage at http://pari.math.u-bordeaux.fr/

DLL version to be called from Maple:

readme_pari_maple.txt
(10 kB)

A docu how to proceed.

pari_230_mpl.project_files.zip
(1042 kB)

The complete project including
all needed files.

pari_230_mpl.dll.zip
(845
kB)

The compiled DLL file(compiled
with
MinGW).

pari_240beta_mpl.dll.zip
(1443
kB)

The compiled DLL file (faster,
compiled with gcc).

Examples
(Maple
worksheet
showing
use of the stuff and printed in pdf format to look at it without Maple):

1_using_Pari_from_Maple_for_numerics.mws.zip
(8 kB)

1_using_Pari_from_Maple_for_numerics.mws.pdf
(34 kB)

2_numerical_integration_using_Pari.mws.zip
(7 kB)

2_numerical_integration_using_Pari.mws.pdf
(30 kB)

3_numerical_linear_algebra_using_Pari.mws.zip
(15 kB)

3_numerical_linear_algebra_using_Pari.mws.pdf (59 kB)

3_numerical_linear_algebra_using_Pari.mws.pdf (59 kB)

DLL version to be called from Excel:

readme_pari_excel.txt
(4 kB)

A short docu.

pari_240beta_xl.dll.zip
(1443
kB)

The compiled DLL file (compiled
with
gcc).

someExamples.xls.zip
(21
kB)

Worksheet with VBA
examples for some
basic operations, a bit of matrix numerics and

converting floating point numbers to rational
numbers (for exact numerics).

Additionally a recursion is shown, which behaves
really bad, if floatings are used and

how it works with rationals.

feedback is welcome & if you want to drop me any
comment
...

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