Uses of Class
com.wolfram.jlink.Expr

Packages that use Expr
com.wolfram.jlink This is the main J/Link package, containing the classes and interfaces that programmers will use most. 
 

Uses of Expr in com.wolfram.jlink
 

Fields in com.wolfram.jlink declared as Expr
static Expr Expr.INT_MINUSONE
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.INT_ONE
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.INT_ZERO
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_COMPLEX
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_FALSE
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_INTEGER
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_LIST
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_NULL
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_RATIONAL
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_REAL
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_STRING
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_SYMBOL
          Unused for now.
static Expr Expr.SYM_TRUE
          Unused for now.
 

Methods in com.wolfram.jlink that return Expr
 Expr[] Expr.args()
          Gives an array of Exprs representing the arguments of this Expr.
protected  Expr MathListener.callMathHandler(java.lang.String meth, java.lang.Object[] args)
          Derived classes call this method from their event handler methods.
static Expr Expr.createFromLink(MathLink ml)
          This factory method will only be used by advanced programmers who are creating their own classes that implement the MathLink interface.
 Expr Expr.delete(int n)
          Returns a new Expr that has the same head but the nth element deleted (counted from the end if n is negative).
 Expr KernelLink.enableObjectReferences(boolean becomeDefaultJVM)
          Call this method to enable the ability to pass Java objects "by reference" to Mathematica.
 Expr MathLink.getExpr()
          Reads an expression from the link and creates an Expr from it.
 Expr Expr.head()
          Gives a new Expr representing the head of this Expr.
 Expr Expr.insert(Expr e, int n)
          Returns a new Expr that has the same head but with e inserted into position n (counted from the end if n is negative).
 Expr Expr.part(int i)
          Gives a new Expr representing the specified part of this Expr.
 Expr Expr.part(int[] ia)
          Gives a new Expr representing the specified part of this Expr.
 Expr MathLink.peekExpr()
          Creates an Expr from the current expression, but does not drain it off the link.
 Expr Expr.take(int n)
          Returns a new Expr that has the same head but only the first n elements of this Expr (or last n elements if n is negative).
 

Methods in com.wolfram.jlink with parameters of type Expr
 void KernelLink.evaluate(Expr e)
          Sends an Expr for evaluation.
 byte[] KernelLink.evaluateToImage(Expr e, int width, int height)
          Sends graphics or plotting code to evaluate, then reads and discards all output except for the image data, which is returned as a byte array of GIF data.
 byte[] KernelLink.evaluateToImage(Expr e, int width, int height, int dpi, boolean useFE)
          Sends graphics or plotting code to evaluate, then reads and discards all output except for the image data, which is returned as a byte array of GIF data.
 java.lang.String KernelLink.evaluateToInputForm(Expr e, int pageWidth)
          Sends an Expr to evaluate, then reads and discards all output except for the result, which is returned.
 java.lang.String KernelLink.evaluateToOutputForm(Expr e, int pageWidth)
          Sends an Expr to evaluate, then reads and discards all output except for the result, which is returned.
 byte[] KernelLink.evaluateToTypeset(Expr e, int width, boolean useStdForm)
          Sends an Expr to evaluate, the result of which will be typeset, converted to a GIF, and the resulting data returned.
 Expr Expr.insert(Expr e, int n)
          Returns a new Expr that has the same head but with e inserted into position n (counted from the end if n is negative).
 

Constructors in com.wolfram.jlink with parameters of type Expr
Expr(Expr head, Expr[] args)
          Creates an Expr with the given head and arguments.
Expr(Expr head, Expr[] args)
          Creates an Expr with the given head and arguments.
 



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