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Old   October 31, 2002, 11:20
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Hi all,

Basic question but what language is Fluent written in?

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Old   October 31, 2002, 11:26
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Old   October 31, 2002, 13:01
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i guess, should it be written in C++
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Old   October 31, 2002, 14:27
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FLUENT is written in the C computer language and makes full use of the flexibility and power offered by the language. Consequently, true dynamic memory allocation, efficient data structures, and flexible solver control are all made possible. In addition, FLUENT uses a client/server architecture, which allows it to run as separate simultaneous processes on client desktop workstations and powerful compute servers, for efficient execution, interactive control, and complete flexibility of machine or operating system type.

All functions required to compute a solution and display the results are accessible in FLUENT through an interactive, menu-driven interface. The user interface is written in a language called Scheme, a dialect of LISP. The advanced user can customize and enhance the interface by writing menu macros and functions. Contact your support engineer for details.

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