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$SystemID   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$SystemID is a short string that identifies the type of computer system on which Mathematica is being run.
Portability of MathLink Programs   (Mathematica Tutorial)
The Mathematica side of a MathLink connection is set up to work exactly the same on all computer systems. But inevitably there are differences between external programs on ...
Global System Information   (Mathematica Tutorial)
In order to write the most general Mathematica programs you will sometimes need to find out global information about the setup under which your program is being run. Thus, ...
Reading and Writing Mathematica Files   (Mathematica Tutorial)
You can use files on your computer system to store definitions and results from Mathematica. The most general approach is to store everything as plain text that is ...
$System   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$System is a string describing the type of computer system on which Mathematica is being run.
$Version   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$Version is a string that gives the version of the Mathematica kernel you are running.
$MachineID   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$MachineID is a string that gives, if possible, a unique identification code for the computer on which Mathematica is being run.
$MachineType   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$MachineType is a string giving the general type of computer on which Mathematica is being run.
$OperatingSystem   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
$OperatingSystem is a string giving the type of operating system under which Mathematica is being run.
Files and Streams   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Conventions for file names. Most files used by Mathematica are completely system independent. .mx and .exe files are however system dependent. For these files, there is a ...
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