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Is there something like JScience which is for Java for the C Programming Language?
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JScience is a scientific library for Java:  http://jscience.org/

Are you looking for a scientific library for C??

There are several (dozen probably):

     http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/

     http://www.scimath.com/
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