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EngSim: All Matlab features and functions. 2 to 20 Times Faster than MATLAB. Use the same programming syntax as MATLAB, ANSI C/C++, /C++. Good Graphics.

ENGSIM is an Engineering Simulation & Graphics Library for Microsoft
Visual C++. It has all Matlab features and functions. 2 to 20 Times
Faster than MATLAB. Very Easy to program. Use the same programming
syntax as MATLAB, ANSI C/C++. Graphics Support is Very Good. Support
Negative Indexing for Array/Matrix, Complex Array and Complex Matrix.
Support Fix-point/Floating-point Communications Engineering and Signal
Processing Simulation.  Support Statistical Analysis. Support User-
Defined Classes. Support User-Graphics Development
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