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    Re: positional astronomy with Microsoft Visual Studio
    From: Andr� Jehaes
    Date: 2007 Jan 27, 06:51 -0800

    I have made a full navigation program in Excel VBA . The file is about 
    600 K,. If you are interested to receive it, please give me word by 
    B. rgds
    On 17 jan, 22:09, Paul Hirose  wrote:
    > At my web site I've added some Visual C# code which demonstrates how a
    > .NET Framework application can call routines in the SOFA/JPL DLL. The
    > other Visual Studio languages can do this too, though the syntax would
    > be different.
    > http://home.earthlink.net/~s543t-24dst/sofajpl/call_from_csharp.html
    > The SOFA/JPL DLL is a positional astronomy "engine" for Windows. It
    > contains the Fortran routines at the heart of the Astronomical Almanac
    > and the USNO MICA program. Click the link on the web page for a detailed
    > description.
    > I plan to write a more friendly user interface for this DLL. The
    > present interface is inconvenient unless you're calling the routines
    > from unmanaged (i.e., not .NET Framework) C or C++.
    > --
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