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MathLinkFactory.CreateKernelLink Method (String[])

Creates a link to a Mathematica kernel based on MathLink parameters supplied as an argv-type array of strings.

[Visual Basic]
Overloads Public Shared Function CreateKernelLink( _
   ByVal argv As String() _
) As IKernelLink
public static IKernelLink CreateKernelLink(
   string[] argv


The array of MathLink arguments.

Return Value

The created link.


Use this method if you want to specify the path to the kernel, or if you want to establish a listen/connect link instead of launching the kernel.

You can use standard MathLink specifications for establishing a link, as documented in the Mathematica book or other MathLink documentation. For example, -linkprotocol, -linkname, and -linkmode.

An example of a string array argument would be:
string[] mlArgs = {"-linkmode", "listen", "-linkname",  "foo"};
IKernelLink ml = MathLinkFactory.CreateKernelLink(mlArgs);
To avoid worries about quoting \ characters used in a pathname, use a forward slash (/) in the path:
string[] mlArgs = {"-linkmode", "launch", "-linkname", "c:/path/to/my/mathematica/mathkernel.exe"};
IKernelLink ml = MathLinkFactory.CreateKernelLink(mlArgs);


Exception TypeCondition
MathLinkExceptionIf the opening of the link fails.

See Also

MathLinkFactory Class | Wolfram.NETLink Namespace | MathLinkFactory.CreateKernelLink Overload List