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Default Fortran.net or Fortran for VS integration with C#

 I am developing an application in C#(Visual Studio 2005) which involves lot of calculation in terms of nano molar etc.(need more Precision). Daily lacks of data will get generate from our other application. On these data we have to do lot of statistical calculation and plot a different kinds of graphs.....

 So Fortran is meant for scientific calculation i am seeing the compatibility of the same with C#(Visual Studio 2005).....

Is system.math library is enough to do all calculation or any other third party tool is available?

 So please anyone help in this regard.....

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