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Scripts that pull MathCad's Results

Scripts that pull MathCad's Results

Scripts that pull MathCad's Results

(OP)
Please help.

Is it possible to create a script such that this script will just have to pull the results of the mathcad computations and put these data into a table for further processing...

What could that script be? and what back-end database would that be? Any help is appreciated.

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RE: Scripts that pull MathCad's Results

(OP)
by the way, im using mathcad12

RE: Scripts that pull MathCad's Results

What kind of "further processing?"  Mathcad can write results into an Excel table.  You can embed a Mathcad sheet in an Excel sheet.

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RE: Scripts that pull MathCad's Results

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thanks peepz

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