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Wolfram Engine and Wolfram One toolchain to me?

Posted 1 month ago
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How do you create and run a Wolfram program in Wolfram One? Can you please explain the role of text editors, the Internet browser (eg, Chrome), and the Wolfram Server? I've been a Mathematica user for years - and I continue to have a license - and I code in F# using VS Code, but the path from idea to executable in Wolfram One is not at all clear to me.

Thanks for any help.

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Posted 1 month ago

From my point of view, Wolfram One to Mathematica is like Office 365 to Microsoft Suits (Office, Excel, ...) Let me know if i'm wrong.

Posted 1 month ago

I was under the impression that Wolfram One is a way to write and run Wolfram code without having to use Mathematica. Am I wrong? Is anyone at Wolfram listening?

What you describe is the free Wolfram Engine (V 12).

Posted 1 month ago

Thank you so much for your reply. I looked up the Wolfram Engine and I see that I was confused. A question that maybe you can answer: When using the Engine, is the notebook interface available locally, or only on the cloud. Thanks again.

Wolfram Engine does not include the notebook interface. It runs scripts and it has a command line REPL, like Python for instance.

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