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C++ code for solving differential equations

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I have a density matrix equations (differential equations) contains many parameters and i want to get a code for solving these equations. I have Mathematica files for these equations and i want to convert these files to C++. So I have to get a code.

I want to send you the Mathematica files but the extension is not allowed. So pls let me know how can i send you the files.

Your urgent answer is appreciated. Thanks and best regards
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Put these files into a ZIP archive to put them online. Anyway on http://oonumerics.org you'll fild a coule of libraries that will help you to replace Mathematica, yet it won't be an easy task overall.
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Yes i had this idea that I have to make Zip archive but even when I out the files into Zip it was not possible and I got the message that the extension is not possible I got this message (The extension of one or more files in the archive is not in the list of allowed extensions). I think the mathematica extension within the Zip files is not possible for this reason Zip files was not allowed.

How every if possible to send these files through a normal email would be helpful.

Awaiting the answer with best regards

Thanks
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Since this is not about .zip files but differential equations, the link in http:#21809270 contains what's necessary to slve them (or the respective libraries needed for that)
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